Friday, October 24, 2014   

BP inks US$20bn gas supply contract with China
(06-17 14:54)

British energy giant BP will sign a long-term deal with Chinese state-owned peer CNOOC in London to supply China with liquefied natural gas, BP chief executive Bob Dudley said.
The deal, worth around US$20 billion (14.75 billion euros) over 20 years, will be signed in front of Prime Minister David Cameron and Premier Li Keqiang during the Chinese leader's three-day visit to Britain, Dudley said on the sidelines of an oil conference in Moscow.--AFP
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