Sinopec technicians check valves and pipes at a natural gas transmission station in eastern China’s Shandong province. The energy giant is one of through that has been asked to curb gas supplies to selected industries. Photo: Imaginechina Sinopec technicians check valves and pipes at a natural gas transmission station in eastern China’s Shandong province. The energy giant is one of through that has been asked to curb gas supplies to selected industries. Photo: Imaginechina
Sinopec technicians check valves and pipes at a natural gas transmission station in eastern China’s Shandong province. The energy giant is one of through that has been asked to curb gas supplies to selected industries. Photo: Imaginechina

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Sinopec technicians check valves and pipes at a natural gas transmission station in eastern China’s Shandong province. The energy giant is one of through that has been asked to curb gas supplies to selected industries. Photo: Imaginechina Sinopec technicians check valves and pipes at a natural gas transmission station in eastern China’s Shandong province. The energy giant is one of through that has been asked to curb gas supplies to selected industries. Photo: Imaginechina
Sinopec technicians check valves and pipes at a natural gas transmission station in eastern China’s Shandong province. The energy giant is one of through that has been asked to curb gas supplies to selected industries. Photo: Imaginechina
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