CNOOC Head Moves to SinoChem to Smooth State-Owned Energy Merger | Caixin

The former chairman of China’s biggest offshore oil and gas company has been appointed general manager of state-owned energy giant SinoChem to oversee its mega-merger with ChemChina.

The news comes as ChemChina reportedly prepares to list Swiss pesticide-maker Syngenta AG, which it bought in 2017 for $43 billion — in the largest overseas acquisition by a Chinese company to date.

@ Caixin | September 2, 2019

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