On November 22, NIO and CNOOC’s first batch of cooperative power swap stations were officially put into operation in the CNOOC Licheng service area (in the direction of Huadu and Panyu) of the G94 Pearl River Delta Ring Expressway, according to media report by WangTongShe.
The launch of the first batch of cooperation stations between NIO and CNOOC will further enhance the highway power swap network in the Greater Bay Area urban agglomeration, bringing users a more convenient power-up experience.
China National Offshore Oil Corporation is the largest offshore oil and gas production operator in China. In addition to the traditional oil and gas business, CNOOC has been actively developing new energy businesses such as offshore wind power, promoting the transformation from a traditional oil sales company to a comprehensive energy service provider.
With the launch of the first batch of cooperative battery swap stations with CNOOC, NIO has successively cooperated with Sinopec, PetroChina, Shell, and CNOOC to jointly build charging and swap stations.