China Looks to Pipelines for Energy Security

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  • For China, the Ukraine war has highlighted the potential energy fallout from a possible conflict over Taiwan, prompting Beijing to turn to an old solution: pipelines.
  • Russia's Ukraine invasion has also left Central Asia keener than ever to diversify its alliances and energy routes.
  • Amid Russia's increased dependency on China's gas market, that leaves Beijing well positioned to play Turkmen gas against Russian gas, to extract the best possible terms.

The Issue

Gas Supply, Gas Pipelines, Security Risk , Oil Pipelines
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