China Gas Holdings Ltd

HKG:0384 ISIN:BMG2109G1033

 China Gas Holdings Limited (“China Gas”)(HKG:0384) is a natural gas services operator, principally engaging in the investment, construction and management of city gas pipeline infrastructure, distribution of natural gas and LPG to residential, industrial and commercial users, construction and operation of oil stations and gas stations, and development and application of oil, natural gas and LPG related technologies. Major shareholders of the Company include the Haixia Economy and Technology Cooperation Centre under the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council of China, Asian Development Bank, Sinopec, the second largest oil and gas company in China, and Gail (India) Limited, the largest natural gas company in India under the control of Indian federal government, and Oman Oil Company, S. A. O. C., and SK Group, the largest energy company in Korea. To date, China Gas owns a total of 82 natural gas projects, including exclusive piped gas development rights in 72 cities and regions, six natural gas pipeline transmission projects, one natural gas exploration project, one natural gas purification project, and one coal bed methane project, as well as the license to import and export LNG and other fuel products in China, and 35 LPG distribution projects.  

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Asian Markets Overview of December 7

🕔12/7/2009 1:30:25 PM 13715

US stocks soared on Friday after the Labor Department data showed that job cuts fell sharply in November. The news fuelled the expectations that the US Federal Reserve might consider increasing interest rates.

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China Gas Holdings Limited (HKG:0384) Partners with IMW From Canada To Develop CNG Vehicle Fueling Market

🕔4/17/2009 12:00:06 PM 9169

Leading PRC piped gas operator China Gas Holdings Limited ("China Gas")(HKG:0384) and IMW Industries Ltd. ("IMW") from Canada signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") today committing to form a strategic partnership to develop compressed natural gas ("CNG") for natural gas vehicles ("NGV") both in the PRC and potential markets around the world.

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Asian Markets Overview of February 11

🕔2/11/2009 3:00:33 PM 18343

Today the major indexes in Asia have been hit by the unfavourable news from the US. Asian share markets ended mixed yesterday indexes moved up and down in a narrow range. Shanghai continued its rally over government stimulus measures with a rise of 1.8 percent, and also led the Hong Kong shares up 0.8 percent. Tokyo and Seoul markets closed slightly lower as market was weighed down by the worries over the US rescue plan.

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