Give it some gas

August 2012
China Economic Review (13506390);Aug2012, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues concerning the energy industry in China. It notes that liquefied natural gas (LNG) offers an extreme example of how state energy companies in the country often subvert their own interests to operate within the bounds of a highly-regulated economy. It profiles the three major oil and gas companies in the country including China National Offshore Oil Corp., China National Petroleum Corp., and China Petroleum & Chemical Corp.


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