Leyshon Energy Overview

  • Status
  • Private

Leyshon Energy General Information


Leyshon Energy Ltd is engaged in energy operations. It intends to actively pursue other investment and acquisition opportunities in the oil and gas sector, in China and elsewhere. The company's ultimate holding company is Leyshon Resources Limited. Its Zijinshan Gas Project is located in the Ordos Gas Basin in central China. The Exploration License for the Zijinshan Gas Project is held by PetroChina, a wholly owned subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC). Its wholly owned subsidiary Pacific Asia Petroleum Limited (PAPL) is the operator of the Zijinshan Production Sharing Contract (PSC) and has a working interest in the exploration phase of the PSC.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Privately Held (no backing)
Financing Status
Primary Industry
Energy Exploration
Corporate Office
  • Beijing
  • China

Want detailed data on 3M+ companies?

What you see here scratches the surface

Request a free trial

Want to dig into this profile?

We’ll help you find what you need

Learn more

Leyshon Energy Board Members (1)

Name Representing Role Since
John Manzoni Self Chairman 000 0000
To view Leyshon Energy’s complete board members history, request access »

Leyshon Energy FAQs

  • Where is Leyshon Energy headquartered?

    Leyshon Energy is headquartered in Beijing, China.

  • What industry is Leyshon Energy in?

    Leyshon Energy’s primary industry is Energy Exploration.

  • Is Leyshon Energy a private or public company?

    Leyshon Energy is a Private company.

  • What is Leyshon Energy’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for Leyshon Energy is 000000.

Data Transparency

  • Meet our data hygiene team

    Discover how our experts ensure you’re getting the most accurate financial data in the industry.

    Read blog »
  • How PitchBook sources data

    Our data operations team has logged over 3.5 million hours researching, organizing, and integrating the information you need most.

    Discover our process »