601857.SS - PetroChina Company Limited

Shanghai - Shanghai Delayed Price. Currency in CNY
+0.22 (+3.50%)
At close: 3:00PM CST
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Previous Close6.28
Bid6.49 x 0
Ask6.50 x 0
Day's Range6.46 - 6.59
52 Week Range6.02 - 9.34
Avg. Volume68,976,936
Market Cap1.136T
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.71
PE Ratio (TTM)22.18
EPS (TTM)0.29
Earnings DateOct 28, 2019 - Nov 2, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.15 (2.41%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-28
1y Target Est7.93
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  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of 601857.SS earnings conference call or presentation 29-Aug-19 10:15am GMT

    Half Year 2019 PetroChina Co Ltd Earnings Call (Chinese, English)

  • CLSA, BOCI Among Banks Chosen for China National Pipeline Giant

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    (Bloomberg) -- China has chosen at least three banks to work on the formation of the planned national oil and gas pipeline company, according to people with knowledge of the matter.BOC International Holdings Ltd., China International Capital Corp. and CLSA Ltd. have been picked as the advisers, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is private. Their tasks include extracting pipeline assets from the parent companies of the state’s three listed oil and gas firms -- PetroChina Co., China Petroleum & Chemical Corp., known as Sinopec, and Cnooc Ltd. -- and setting up a new entity to hold the assets, the people said.The national pipeline company would be provisionally named China Pipelines Corp., people familiar with the matter have said. Under the plan, state-controlled and private funds will inject capital sufficient to lower the combined stake held by the three oil majors to about 50%. The company may then file for an initial public offering, while details of the share sale could still change, the people said at that time.China’s State-owned Assets Supervision & Administration Commission is expected to be the biggest shareholder in the new company, while the three oil giants will also have stakes, one of the people said.The creation of the company is part of President Xi Jinping’s drive to streamline industrial capacity, especially among state-owned enterprises. The country has been considering centralizing pipeline operations since at least 2014, aiming to spur wider natural gas distribution and upstream exploration.PetroChina owns 76% of the roughly 65,000 kilometers (40,000 miles) of midstream natural gas pipelines, while 10% is held by Sinopec and 6% by China National Offshore Oil, analysts at Credit Suisse Group AG said in a June report. The remaining are owned by provincial governments or independent operators, they said.Representatives for CLSA, the parent companies of Sinopec and PetroChina declined to comment, while Sasac and the parent of Cnooc didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. Representatives for BOCI and CICC also didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.(Updates response from PetroChina’s parent company and CLSA in the final paragraph.)\--With assistance from Carol Zhong and Feifei Shen.To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Vinicy Chan in New York at vchan91@bloomberg.net;Crystal Tse in Hong Kong at ctse44@bloomberg.net;Steven Yang in Beijing at kyang74@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Fion Li at fli59@bloomberg.net, ;Shiyin Chen at schen37@bloomberg.net, Ramsey Al-RikabiFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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    SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE, May 23 (Reuters) - PetroChina is bucking normal practice and raising its wholesale natural gas prices during the weak-demand spring season, several sources said, preparing for the coming consolidation of China's pipeline assets and trying to recoup huge fuel import losses. The increases from PetroChina - which supplies more than 70 percent of China's gas - come as spring brings warmer temperatures, when demand and prices typically fall. PetroChina is also under pressure to recoup continuing losses from its gas import business due to high input costs versus government-capped domestic prices, sources with knowledge of the matter said.

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    China's CNPC breaks into Myanmar fuel retailing with Singapore brand

    SINGAPORE/YANGON (Reuters) - China National Petroleum Corp is planning to open dozens of petrol stations in Myanmar, the first major foreign investor to enter the fast-growing Southeast Asian fuel market, as the state giant expands its retail oil business, company officials said. The investment, which could eventually reach tens of millions of dollars, follows a new strategy to tap overseas retail margins as China's domestic fuel market is saturated. The move follows a similar but larger investment in Brazil, where CNPC's global trading and refining unit bought 30% of a leading Brazilian fuel dealer last year.