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9e9bde26f6c84987b4c67526d7e33360We believe that supporting education is important for social progress and development. Therefore, we set up scholarships, offered grant loans and subsidies to students from underprivileged families, and supported relevant competitive activities in order to give young people equal opportunities for education and help them to pursue their goals and personal growth.

CNPC Scholarships

We have set up scholarships and student subsidies and supported contests in order to assist students. In November 2001, CNPC established the "CNPC Scholarship" fund with RMB 30 million to aid and encourage excellent university students. The scholarships and assistantships were distributed to seven petroleum and petrochemical colleges and 15 other key universities, in the form of awards for excellent students, innovations, special contributions and others.

In 2011, we have invested RMB 166 million in establishing a new round of CNPC Scholarship with 13 colleges and universities including Peking University, Tsinghua University and China University of Petroleum, giving more favorable treatment to impoverished students.

In 2018, we granted CNPC Scholarships worth a total of RMB 3.99 million to 635 students. Since its inception in 2002, we have granted CNPC scholarships to 12,952 outstanding students(including 4,969 impoverished students), worth a total of RMB 61.67 million.

Domestic Education Programs

We explore new models to support education, and call on the public to focus on and work together to achieve education equality. In cooperation with China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA), Beijing Shijia Education Group and Tencent Foundation, we sponsored the Xuhang Program, Teacher Training Program, and Rural Village. Chinese Dream Program to help students from poverty-stricken areas to pursue their studies. Through the “Teacher Training Program”, we introduce advanced teaching ideas and methods to poverty-stricken areas, improving the quality and skills of local teachers.

Xuhang Program

The Xuhang Program is a public welfare project co-sponsored by CNPC and China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA) in 2015 , to help senior high school students from poor families complete their studies. The program targets senior high school students from poor families, especially those from the poverty-stricken areas. In the senior high schools covered by the Xuhang Program, students may make an application personally, and obtain CNPC’s bursary after going through a four-level review by the school, village, county and CFPA respectively.

Teacher Training Program

The Teacher Training Program is a public welfare project launched by CNPC in 2015, aiming to improve the education quality and achieve education equality in underdeveloped areas by organizing excellent teachers in developed areas to conduct academic exchanges in poverty-stricken areas, meanwhile, sponsoring a group of selected rural teachers from impoverished areas to further their studies in developed areas.

CNPC have also participated in various activities such as the "Hope Project", "Spring Rain Project" and "Oasis Action" to help young people from poor areas continue their studies and receive modern education. We have sponsored the Formula Student China Kunlun Lubricant Cup (FSC) for seven consecutive years, aiming to create a platform for industry-academia-research collaboration to nurture talent for the automobile industry.

We carry out joint R&D projects with colleges and universities including Xi'an Shiyou University, and assist students at Xichong Primary School and provided scholarships to students in need. Huabei Oilfield has launched a campaign to provide educational assistance from 1995. We also invest RMB 1.8 million to help Lenghu Middle School in Qinghai Province build a biological park and a geographic park with more than 100 types of floral and fauna specimens and over 50 models of mountains and rivers. These parks have enriched the students' spiritual life and expanded their horizons.

Overseas Education Programs

CNPC attaches importance to local education around our operating areas, striving to improve education level through building schools, funding talents for further study and providing scholarship.

We worked with the Embassy of China in South Sudan to build two basketball courts for Juba City, and funded two colleague students to study at Suzhou University and China University of Petroleum respectively in 2012. We entered into an agreement with the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology of South Sudan in Juba in 2014, to donate 15,000 textbooks to the schools near Block 3/7 to improve the local teaching conditions. In 2015, in cooperation with Confucius Institute of University of Khartoum (CIUK) of Sudan, CNPCI (Nile) sponsored the establishment of "CNPC Library" of CIUK, and donated 4,000books and education supplies. We also assisted construction of four schools with our partners near Block 6 in Sudan, and provided a complete set of furniture and teaching devices, further alleviating the local shortage of teaching facilities. In 2018, we have been cooperating with the Confucius Institute at the University of Khartoum on social welfare project for the fourth consecutive year in Sudan, and funding and purchasing books for the CNPC Library of the Confucius Institute at the University of Khartoum, benefiting nearly 50,000 students.

In Chad, RMB 401,000 were invested to improve local welfare, which included the building of three drinking water wells, donation of 500 school bags for Gudawa primary school students and training of 50 Chad employees in Yumen. The CNPC-funded Alkoudou primary school was put into operation in 2011, making spacious and bright classrooms available to over 100 children in villages surrounding Alkoudou. We also launched joint education projects with local higher petroleum institutes to provide internship and training opportunities. In addition, we assisted local government in implementing the youth employment program, and have recruited over 40 graduates in our refinery.

In Tanzania, we made donations to build libraries and other infrastructures for primary schools in Songo Songo Island and Msijute Village of Mtwara City in 2014. We also organized recreational activities and donated stationery.

In Kazakhstan, CNPC spent more than RMB 337 million in local social welfare in 2010, among which RMB five million was used as scholarships for local education. Approximately USD 1.07 million were used in the Kazakhstan-Aktobe project, including the selection of twelve top high school students to receive higher education at the China University of Petroleum (CUP), bringing the number of students from this region studying at CUP to 69.In 2012, we funded 14 graduates from Kazakhstan to study at China University of Petroleum, and invested RMB 25 million to support infrastructure, education development in Aktobe. Our affiliated Trans-Asia Gas Pipeline Company Limited has been covering the tuition and miscellaneous fees of young students, so far involving 10-15 students annually for three years, to support their education at the Kazakh-British Technical University. The Aktobe project company organizes summer camps every year to enhance the education level of local children.

In Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, we’ve adopted a model of Corporate Sponsored University Training Programs where trained employeesreturn to previous employment, selected more than 60 outstanding high school graduates and funded them a four-year undergraduate study at Xi’an Petroleum University in linguistics and oil and gas engineering majors.

In Iraq, we donated RMB 372,000 and provided RMB 279,000 for the "Star of Hope" scholarship at the University of Basra in 2012. In 2014, we completed construction of schools in Ahrar County, Kut City, Wasit Province. To strengthen communication with the local community, the Halfaya project company in Iraq invited students from local primary and secondary schools and universities to visit the oilfield in order to help them better understand the oilfield’s development and its contribution to local development. Halfaya Oilfield has become a demonstration center for local students. We have also launched cooperation on education, research and training between the University of Basra and the China University of Petroleum (Beijing), which was aimed at improving the skill levels of local employees and preparing young talents for a career in the local oil industry.

In Myanmar, we helped to build 45 schools for 19,000 students in 2013.

In Latin America, CNPC worked with local foundations in 2013 to build Hope Primary Schools, taking in more than 800 children. In 2018, we provided tables and chairs for community schools and shuttle services for the elderly students and in Peru, and provided nearly one hundred hours of volunteer lectures and services to local Confucius Institutes in Venezuela.

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