The first China-Russia gas pipeline began operating in December 2019, and a second one could pump 50 billion cubic metres of gas a year to northern China. Photo: Bloomberg
The first China-Russia gas pipeline began operating in December 2019, and a second one could pump 50 billion cubic metres of gas a year to northern China. Photo: Bloomberg
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China-Australia relations: more Russian pipeline gas could be ‘political hedge’ for Beijing

  • China is becoming increasingly reliant on liquefied natural gas (LNG), and much of it comes from Australia and the United States, putting the supply at risk of trade tensions
  • Power of Siberia 2 gas pipeline could eventually bring billions of cubic metres of gas to northern China, but ‘they can’t do it overnight’

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The first China-Russia gas pipeline began operating in December 2019, and a second one could pump 50 billion cubic metres of gas a year to northern China. Photo: Bloomberg
The first China-Russia gas pipeline began operating in December 2019, and a second one could pump 50 billion cubic metres of gas a year to northern China. Photo: Bloomberg
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