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These days, enough top-performing CAPS members are feeling bullish about oil and gas giant CNOOC
While Big Oil companies ExxonMobil
Stimulus spending in China has begun, and CNOOC expects to boost capital expenditures this year to $6.76 billion, a 19% increase, which it expects will fuel growth for several years. It expects to bring 10 new projects into play in 2009, including ones in Nigeria and Indonesia, and it already has partnerships with PetroVietnam and Petrobras
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Fool contributor Dave Mock recently upgraded his sandals with some duct tape. He owns shares of ExxonMobil. CNOOC is a Global Gains recommendation. Petroleo Brasileiro is an Income Investor selection. No amount of practice has helped the Fool's disclosure policyin reducing its quarter mile time.