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PetroChina looks to expand in Indo

PETROCHINA is positioning itself for an aggressive expansion of its Indonesian upstream and downstream assets in what a senior executive called an “unlimited” investment mandate for the state-run entity.

 PetroChina looks to expand in Indo

  Platts reports that the plans come amid expectations of increased deal-making in the energy space by Chinese oil giants with deep pockets, particularly with Beijing's backing for overseas investments...

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