China’s Energy Hedging Strategy: Less Than Meets the Eye for Russian Gas Pipelines
China’s Energy Hedging Strategy: Less Than Meets the Eye for Russian Gas Pipelines / Amy Myers Jaffe, Kenneth B. Medlock III, and Meghan L. O’Sullivan. National Bureau of Asian Research,9/02/2015, 7 p.
China’s energy needs have been a major factor shaping the global energy landscape in the 21st century. A significant contributor to rising global energy consumption and increasing prices over the last decade, the country is being actively courted by the world’s largest oil and gas exporters as a pivotal growth market for the future. As part of this, policymakers and industry leaders have been closely monitoring the potential for growing strategic and energy ties between China and its producer neighbor, Russia… read more