China and Russia reshape world energy dynamics

Dong Xiucheng, deputy dean of the School of Business Administration at the China University of Petroleum, speaks to Interfax about Sino-Russian energy cooperation and China’s gas price reforms Dong Xiucheng, deputy dean of the School of Business Administration at the China University of Petroleum, speaks to Interfax about Sino-Russian energy cooperation and China’s gas price reforms.
By Li Xin and Zhang Yiping 9 December 2014 0 14379
Dong Xiucheng, deputy dean of the School of Business Administration at the China University of Petroleum: 'China needs a third pipeline'. (Dong Xiucheng)

Dong Xiucheng, deputy dean of the School of Business Administration at the China University of Petroleum, speaks to Interfax about Sino-Russian energy cooperation and China’s gas price reforms.

Interfax: China and Russia are entering an age of unprecedented energy cooperation as part of a broader geopolitical partnership. How will this Beijing-Moscow energy axis shape the global energy market and change China’s relationship with its existing energy suppliers?

Dong Xiucheng: Sino-Russian energy cooperation will affect the whole structure of the global energy market. Russia is a big energy...

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