China’s CNOOC Ltd. cut its oil sands reserves and booked a billion-dollar charge tied to its Long Lake project last year, the latest setback to befall the troubled operation.
In annual disclosure documents filed Friday, CNOOC attributed the $1.4-billion impairment to weak oil prices and operational changes prompted by a fatal explosion last year and a separate pipeline rupture in 2015.
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