CNOOC appoints new chairman

CNOOC appoints new chairman

Chinese state run energy conglomerate China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) has appointed Wang Dongjin as the new chairman of the group.

Prior to the appointment, Wang was the vice chairman of CNOOC. He has taken over the position left by Yang Hua, who was transferred to Sinochem as general manager in September under the arrangement of the central government.

CNOOC, through its affiliate companies, owns a fleet of 46 offshore drilling rigs, five LNG carriers, 11 FPSOs, three heavylift vessels, one LPG carrier, and over 120 OSVs.

Jason Jiang

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