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PetroChina engages in a wide range of activities related to oil and natural gas including petrochemicals, polymers, synthetic rubbers and fertilizers as well as a broad range of petroleum-related activities. It is organised into four sectors: Chemicals and Marketing, Exploration and Production, Refining and Marketing, and Natural Gas and Pipelines. PetroChina Logo (Source: PetroChina)

 

In the chemicals business, PetroChina will insist on making optimised arrangements, enhancing development of leading new products, developing high quality and high value added products, and improving the competitiveness of leading products.

 

The company will also continue to promote the construction of key refining facilities to improve the competitiveness and profitability of the refining segment. The refining business structure will be optimised and the efficiency of the marketing network.

 

PetroChina's management will persist in enhancing the company's value and strive to maximise the benefit and value for its shareholders. The company will make substantial efforts in technological and management innovation, further strengthen its internal control mechanism and monitoring system which comply with regulatory requirements in the market.

 

Headquartered in Beijing, China, PetroChina had a turnover of RMB 1,019bn in 2009.

  

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Key Personnel

 

Chairman: Jiang Jiemin

President and vice chairman: Zhou Jiping

Executive director: Liao Yongyuan

Non-executive director: Wang Yilin

Non-executive director: Zeng Yukang

Non-executive director: Wang Fucheng

Non-executive director: Li Xinhua

Non-executive director: Wang Guoliang

Non-executive director: Jiang Fan

Non-executive director: Chee-Chen Tung

Non-executive director: Liu Hongru

Non-executive director: Franco Bernab

Non-executive director: Li Yongwu

Non-executive director: Cui Junhui

 

 

Contacts

 

PetroChina Company
World Tower

16 Andelu, Xicheng district
Beijing 100011
China

 

Tel: +86 10 8488 6270
Fax: +86 10 8488 6260
Email: wangjb@petrochina.com.cn

 

www.petrochina.com.cn

PetroChina Company Structure

PetroChina engages in a wide range of activities related to oil and natural gas. PetroChina was established on 5 November 1999 as a subsidiary of the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC). Restructuring the business, CNPC injected most of its assets and liabilities relating to its exploration and production, refining and marketing, chemical and natural gas businesses into PetroChina.
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PetroChina Strategy & Financial Highlights

PetroChina's management will persist in enhancing the company's value and strive to maximise the benefit and value for its shareholders. The company will make substantial efforts in technological and management innovation, further strengthen its internal control mechanism and monitoring system which comply with regulatory requirements in the market. This it hopes will promote the continuous, effective and relatively speedy development of the company into the future. (Edited from annual report and company website). ICIS also provides you with key financial data listed in table form. More about PetroChina Strategy & Financial Highlights

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