November 2020, Vol. 247, No. 11

Features

China Bullish on Myanmar’s Gas Reserves, Pipelines

By Gordon Feller, Energy Writer In June of 2009, China’s current President Xi Jinping was then serving as his government’s vice president. During that summer, Xi Jinping traveled to Myanmar’s capital city to meet with then Vice Senior General Maung Aye.  A tanker offloads crude oil at the Made Island facility in China. (photo: CNPC) The two men signed an important memorandum of understanding (MOU). This document focused on the development, operation and management of the projects related to the Myanmar-China Crude Oil Pipeline. After many years of brokering deals and planning, China has managed to cement its place as the sole buyer of

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