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November 19, 2012
15:16 EDTCEO, NXYNexen shares fall after Canadian PM comments on foreign investments
Shares of Nexen (NXY) which has been the object of a takeover bid by China's CNOOC (CEO) are trading lower after Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper said, as reported by Reuters, that stat-owned enterprises are different from publicly traded companies when it comes to foreign investment in the country's energy sector. CNOOC is a state owned company in China. In late afternoon trading shares of Nexen are down almost 1% to $25.39.
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05:34 EDTCEOCNOOC signs PSCs with ROC
CNOOC Limited announced that its parent company, China National Offshore Oil Corporation, has signed two production sharing contracts with Roc Oil Company for Blocks 16/07 and 03/33 in the South China Sea. The two blocks mentioned above are located in the Pearl River Mouth Basin in the South China Sea. Block 16/07 covers a total area of 2,743 square kilometers and has a water depth of approximately 100 meters. Block 03/33 covers a total area of 2,367 square kilometers and has a water depth of 65-145 meters. According to the terms of the PSCs, ROC shall act as the operator during the exploration period and conduct exploration activities in the two blocks mentioned above, in which all expenditures incurred will be borne by ROC. Once entering the development phase, CNOOC has the right to participate in up to 51% of the working interest in any commercial discoveries of the blocks. After signing the above-mentioned PSCs, CNOOC will assign all of its rights and obligations under such contracts, except for those relating to CNOOC's administrative functions to CNOOC China Limited, a subsidiary of CNOOC Limited.

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