January 2020, Vol. 247, No. 1

Features

For China, 2020 Looks Like the Year of the Pipeline

By Gordon Feller, Energy Writer Beijing’s leaders are increasingly concerned about China’s heavy dependence upon energy suppliers who worry, with a special concern centered on Russia and others in Africa and the Mideast.  In order to reduce such dependence, China’s national government has focused on diversifying its international energy sources by sponsoring the development of China-bound pipelines in such places as Myanmar and Central Asia. As a result of these massive investments of financial and political capital, both Southeast Asia and Central Asia has become considerably more important to China’s energy policy.  Central Asia has an abundan

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