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Poverty Alleviation and Disaster Relief
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Poverty alleviation is an important topic in global sustainable development and also one of our key concerns. We have responded positively to the initiatives of the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and to policies of the Chinese Government on poverty alleviation. Focusing on improving the intellectual level, industrial development, medical service and livelihood of local people, we integrate our business strengths with local resources and market advantages, take targeted measures in poverty alleviation and promote the local self-development capacity in innovative ways.

Targeted Poverty Alleviation

We continuously assist poverty-stricken areas by carrying out dedicated poverty alleviation and aid programs under the national plan, and other assistance initiatives where we operate. To enhance the sustainable development capabilities of such areas, we implement poverty-alleviation projects through cooperation to improve the intellectual level, industrial development and livelihood of local people.

In 2018, we have invested RMB 97.49 million and continued to carry out fixed-point poverty alleviation and aid programs, and implemented 44 projects, including infrastructure reconstruction, education and training, healthcare, and industrial collaboration in 13 counties and districts in seven provinces (municipalities and autonomous regions) of China - Xinjiang, Tibet, Qinghai, Chongqing, Henan, Jiangxi and Guizhou, directly benefiting more than 80,000 people whose files have been identified and achieved as the destitute population.

Disaster Relief

We should benefit society since our growth is based on social development. Though we are unable to predict or prevent the occurrence of natural disasters such as floods, droughts, snowstorms and earthquakes, we provide aid and send our care and materials to disaster-stricken areas as quickly as possible after disasters strike to assist in reconstruction and recovery efforts.

Disaster Relief in Yunnan in 2014 In response to the earthquakes in Ludian and Pu'er in Yunnan Province, we swiftly launched the Emergency Response Plan, opened green channels to distribute oil, food, water and other emergency supplies to victims in the stricken areas, facilitated post-disaster reconstruction.

Disaster Relief in Ya’an in 2013. On April 20, 2013, a 7-magnitude earthquake struck Ya’an in Sichuan Province. CNPC immediately activated emergency plan, safeguarding energy supply. On April 21, the first gasoline truck reached Lushan County. Over 400 service stations worked 24h/d along the way to the stricken area.

Support to Austrilia in 2011. In 2011, when Queensland was hit by devastating floods, our affiliate in Australia donated RMB 655,000 to the state government and took part in disaster relief endeavors.

Fighting drought in Southwest China in 2010. In the time when severe drought hit southwest China, we took measures to deliver diesels to machines for anti-drought purpose. CNPC adjusted its production and supply structure while coordinating resources in northwest and northeast China to increase diesel production. Our sales branches located in Southwest China took measures to provide fast delivery to wherever the diesel was needed. For example, we adopted portable and mobile refueling facilities to deliver oil to the farmland and villages.

Support to Yushu in 2010. On April 14, 2010, a 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck Yushu in Qinghai Province. CNPC Headquarters, together with our affiliates in Southwest China immediately activated an emergency plan to help Yushu. The contingency response team of Qinghai Marketing went to the earthquake-stricken area soon after the earthquake occurred to ensure an “open channel” for vehicles. Around 150 fuel tankers, 11 mobile fuel pumps and four skid-mounted sets of refueling equipment were put into operation. Qinghai Marketing Company carried out its emergency plans including, dispatching 110 oil tankers and around 2,000 tons of refined products; allocating a team of 10 mobile refueling trucks to ease traffic jam caused by refueling at stations; printing handbooks on how to ensure energy supply for earthquake relief efforts to ease residents’ anxiety about oil shortage; putting into force 24-hour working schedules to ensure fuel supply whenever it was needed; and, establishing a disaster relief team. Around 200 employees from Qinghai Marketing, Northwest Marketing, Transportation, and Fuel Companies all worked 24 hours a day during the disaster relief period.

Disaster Relief in Zhouqu in 2010. At midnight on August 7th, 2010, Zhouqu County in Gansu Province encountered an unprecedented landslide. CNPC’s Gansu Marketing ensured the fuel supply for emergency rescue vehicles through a gas station in downtown, two other supply lines from the suburbs, priority channels, and other supply lines along the way. From August 8th to November 8th, CNPC provided around 3,075 tons of refined oil products to Zhouqu, 2,571 tons of which were diesel. With these resources, we were able to ensure fuel supply for the disaster relief efforts, which won us high recognition from local government.

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