Deep Offshore Development
We are working with CNOOC on the Akpo and Egina deepwater projects in Nigeria, a natural gas exploration project in Qatar and oil field developments in Uganda.
Total E&P Chine (TEPC)
Total E&P Chine is a wholly owned affiliate working with CNPC to develop the South Sulige tight gas field in the Ordos Basin. CNPC (51%) will operate the field, with TEPC (49%) providing project management services and technical support and expertise.
We are also cooperating with CNPC on the Halfaya oil field in Iraq and the Bokhtar PSC in Tajikistan.
Advanced Technical Solutions
We are planning to apply the MTO/OCP process and other advanced technical solutions as part of a world-class, commercial-scale chemical project with CPI in the Ordos Basin in Inner Mongolia.
An Industry Benchmark
We are developing a joint project to tap the region's vast coal resources to produce 800,000 tons of coal-based olefins a year, while deploying highly efficient energy conservation and water-saving measures and sound environmental protection procedures.
A Reliable Petroleum Product Supplier
We are working with Sinochem, our long-term retail partner in China, to build and operate two retail networks in China. In June 2014, we were operating 176 service stations in the country.
Total-Sinochem Fuels Co., Ltd. operates in Beijing, Tianjin, Liaoning and Hebei in northern China, while Total-Sinochem Oil Co., Ltd., covers Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang in southern China.
Expanding Our Partnership
We are expanding our work to develop unconventional energy resources in China. Together with Sinopec, we are exploring and appraising the shale gas potential of the Xuancheng license. We are also conducting preliminary reviews of other shale gas projects, and looking at branching out into unconventional oil development in the future.
We are partners in the Northern Lights oil sands project in Canada and a natural gas project in Yemen.
Tianjin Zhonghuan Semiconductor
As the key partner, SunPower started to transfer diamond wire wafering technology to TZS in the fourth quarter of 2011. Between the second and fourth quarters of 2012, the SunPower team shared its resources with TZS in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia to help set up a new manufacturing plant with a capacity of 400 MWp.
In late 2012, DW wafers were supplied to SunPower solar cell manufacturing plants in both the Philippines and Malaysia at very competitive prices. Costs had been slashed by over 60% since the end of 2010.