“View of the stand of CNPC (China National Petroleum Corporation), parent company of PetroChina, during an exhibition in Shanghai, China, 10 May 2018. “

China National Petroleum Corporation, the country’s largest oil and gas producer by annual output, will sell licensed products for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics at its retail stores in Beijing, Hebei, the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Jilin and Liaoning.

Due to its more than 22,000 gas stations and some 20,000 uSmile convenience stores nationwide, this move will better promote the Beijing Winter Olympic Games in 2022, the company said.

CNPC was announced as the official oil & gas partner of the Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics 2022, serving as one of the top-tier sponsors of Beijing 2022. The company said it would take advantage of its strong presence in Beijing, Hebei and nearby areas to provide Beijing 2022 with high-quality and reliable oil and gas supplies.

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