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ConocoPhillips to restart China’s largest offshore oilfield

By EmploymentCrossing  |  Dated: 02-18-2013

Conoco Phillips sounds promising again as according to China’s State Oceanic Administration, Conoco Phillips might very soon restart biggest offshore oilfield  that was shut long ago in 2011 due to an oil spill. It was decided in January this year that it would commence soon after the necessary approvals were obtained from concerned authorities. Conoco Phillips has 49% stake in this venture.

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ConocoPhillips to restart China’s largest offshore oilfield

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