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China Doubles Down on Iraqi Oil Gamble
October 18, 2013

China Doubles Down on Iraqi Oil Gamble

China plans to boost oil purchases from Iraq by 70%, even as security in the country falters.

It's Official: China's the World's Largest Oil Importer
October 11, 2013

It's Official: China's the World's Largest Oil Importer

According to US, government data, China has finally surpassed the US as the world’s largest oil importer.

China to Invest $28 Billion in Venezuelan Oil
September 19, 2013

China to Invest $28 Billion in Venezuelan Oil

Beijing and Caracas inked a number of agreements ahead of Nicolás Maduro’s state visit to Beijing this weekend.

Rouhani to the Rescue in Iran?
August 30, 2013

Rouhani to the Rescue in Iran?

Iran’s economy is currently in tatters. Does the new president hold the necessary keys to improving it?

Asia Will Bear the Brunt of New Iran Sanctions
August 08, 2013

Asia Will Bear the Brunt of New Iran Sanctions

Renewed U.S. efforts to sanction Iran’s nuclear program could jeopardize Asia energy markets.

With Pipeline, China's Launches Burma Charm Offensive
August 01, 2013

With Pipeline, China's Launches Burma Charm Offensive

China is hoping to put a new face on its investments in Myanmar. Will history continue to haunt it?

Qatar and ASEAN: Opposites Attract?
July 27, 2013

Qatar and ASEAN: Opposites Attract?

Qatar-ASEAN ties are growing based on complementary strengths in areas like energy and agriculture.

Abe’s Toughest Challenge Yet: Reselling Japan Nuclear Energy
July 19, 2013

Abe’s Toughest Challenge Yet: Reselling Japan Nuclear Energy

With energy imports a drag on the economy, Abe must convince Japan to embrace nuclear power again.

The New Prize: Asia’s "Fire Ice" Gas Revolution
May 11, 2013

The New Prize: Asia’s "Fire Ice" Gas Revolution

“The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) estimates there could be up to 100,000 trillion cubic feet of gas hydrates globally.”

RIP King Coal?
May 04, 2013

RIP King Coal?

A slump in prices has seen a spate of mine closures and job cuts. Can coal bounce back?

Getting Canadian Gas to Asian Markets
April 13, 2013

Getting Canadian Gas to Asian Markets

With a limited window of opportunity, can Canada tap Asia’s growing natural gas market?

China's Changing Oil Calculus
April 06, 2013

China's Changing Oil Calculus

China is expected to become the world’s largest oil importer in 2014 and Russia’s largest oil customer in 2018.

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