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South China Morning Post
Sinopec says it warned officials of danger before Qingdao tragedy
China Petroleum & Chemical warned the authorities two years ago that urbanisation was hampering repair work on a crude oil pipeline in Qingdao, Shandong province.
Malaysian National News Agency
Sinopec Pipeline Blast Will Not Affect Oil Company Ratings - S&P
By Niam Seet Wei BEIJING, Nov 27 -- Despite the oil pipeline blast in the east China port city of Qingdao last week, Standard & Poor's will not cut its rating on China Petroleum & Chemical Corp and its parent company, China Petrochemical Corp or Sinopec Group.
Residents Evacuated After Sinopec Oil Leak in Guizhou: Xinhua
China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. whose pipeline is at the center of a blast that killed at least 55 people last week, had another pipeline leak yesterday in southwest China 's Guizhou province, causing the evacuation of residents, the official Xinhua News Agency reported today.
"China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Analysis Across the Oil and...
The report provides key information relating to oil and gas assets of the company along with its operations across the value chain.
Sinopec's Qingdao Refinery Disrupted as Blast Death Toll Rises
China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. , Asia 's largest refiner, said operations at its "super-large" production complex in Qingdao will be disrupted after a crude pipeline leak and blast that killed at least 52 people.
The Washington Post
China Stocks in Hong Kong Extend Rally as Shanghai Shares Swing
Chinese companies trading in Hong Kong extended a rally to a fourth day after the government's biggest package of economic reforms since the 1990s.
The Washington Post
China's Stocks Drop as Top Party Meeting Disappoints Investors
China's stocks slumped for the first time in three days after a top-level Communist Party meeting disappointed investors looking for details on policy shifts to combat a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.