January 2018, Vol. 245, No. 1

Features

China Expanding its Oil and Gas Pipeline Network

China has vowed to further strengthen its oil and gas pipeline network during the next decade, in an attempt to further boost the clean fuel’s share in the country’s energy mix. By 2025, the country’s oil and gas pipeline network is expected to reach 240,000 kms, with natural gas pipelines reaching 123,000 km, according to the nation’s top economic regulator. According to the National Development and Reform Commission, China now has 112,000 km of oil and gas pipelines, which means the country will need to build another 128,000 km of pipeline in the next few years. The commission said expanding the energy reach is in accordance with the country’s rapid growth in energy demand, as well as a

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