CNPC “Open Day” launched for overseas projects


On August 25, CNPC officially launched “Cloud Open Day” for the Myanmar-China Oil and Gas Pipeline Project, the first stop of the “Open Day” activity for CNPC’s overseas projects. Via online videos, the public paid a virtual visit to the site of the Myanmar-China Oil and Gas Pipeline Project and the Port of Made Island with its auxiliary crude oil terminals and tank farm. The event introduced oil production, operation and transportation of the project, as well as community development and changes of residents’ lives on Made Island since the project was put into operation.

As an integrated international energy company, CNPC is committed to the development of the energy sector in countries where it operates by leveraging its integrated advantages in upstream and downstream, and has been endeavored to be a good corporate citizen and a preferred partner of global peers. With advanced technologies and reliable services, it has so far provided engineering and technical support to more than 60 countries and supplied petroleum materials and equipment to 78 countries and regions. In countries along the “Belt and Road”, CNPC has paid a total of more than USD 60 billion taxes and fees, and created over100,000 long-term local jobs. CNPC’s public welfare under takings has covered all the countries where it operates, directly benefiting more than 3 million people. These efforts have resulted in mutual benefit and common development with relevant countries, partners and local communities.

CNPC will later launch “Cloud Open Day” events in the Middle East, Africa, America, Central Asia, Russia and other regions, which will bring more audience to approach CNPC’s operations in full extent through social media.