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China oil output set to rise from 2014 record
China's crude oil output looks set to rise this year from a record in 2014 as new production from third largest producer Cnooc helps to counter reductions from its two bigger rivals.

CNOOC's new production to lift nation's crude oil output from last year's record
China's crude oil output looks set to rise this year from a record in 2014 as new production from third-largest producer CNOOC helps to counter reductions from its two bigger rivals.

Vale-designed megaship docks in Qingdao after China lifts ban
A huge iron-ore carrier designed by Brazilian mining company Vale anchored at a port in East China over the weekend, local media reported, signifying that the country's bulk shipping industry has entered the era of megaships.

Iron ore price fall a sign China's economic might waning
Iron ore prices dropped to the lowest in more than two months, sending shivers through the mining industry and heightening worries that Chinese economic activity is slowing just as ore piles up at its ports.

Today's headlines

· Shanghai oil & gas exchange starts operations

· China, France pledge closer cooperation in civil nuclear energy

· Fueling growth across Papua New Guinea

· 9 killed in E. China abandoned mine

Int'l Highlights

· Iran steelmakers request import duty hikes, cite cheap China steel

· BP may be takeover target after settling oil spill for US$18.7b

· Australia seeks answers after China rejects coal cargoes

· Iraq's oil export in June reaches highest level in decades

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