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Shell in China
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Shell and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) announced today that they have signed a Global Strategic Alliance Agreement that reconfirms both parties’ commitment to the existing strategic partnership in China and around the world.
Shell and Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum (Group) Corp. Ltd. (YCPC) announce today that they have launched a Retail joint venture in Guangdong province, in a bid to increase Shell’s retail footprint in Guangdong and deepen their existing partnership.
Today, Shell formally opened a new technology centre in Shanghai, China dedicated to research and development into lubricants and oils. The centre (Shell (Shanghai) Technology Limited) will focus on lubricant product development and application for China and the wider Asia region covering countries such as India, Indonesia, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.
Today, Shell hosted the official unveiling of its newly expanded and upgraded lubricant blending plant site at Zhapu, Zhejiang province, China. This state-of-the-art plant will double the capacity of Zhapu site, will be top quartile for China in terms of efficiency and will play a key role in serving customers in Central China.
Beijing, 1 August 2013: Shell announces today that it has signed an offshore oil and gas Production Sharing Contract (PSC) with CNOOC for block 35/10 in the Yinggehai Basin west of the Hainan Island, China.