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[Sept. 16, 2014]  v Chinese President Xi Jinping left Dushanbe for the Maldives on Sunday, concluding a four-day trip to Tajikistan that has significantly boosted bilateral ties and injected fresh vigor into...
[Sept. 16, 2014]  Construction work on the fourth line of the Central Asia-China gas pipeline network started in Tajikistan on Saturday, China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) said on its website Monday. China...
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[Sept. 16, 2014]  President Xi Jinping and Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahmon of Tajikistan saw the start of work on the China-Central Asia gas pipeline’s Line D construction on Saturday in Tajikistan.  [Special coverage] The project is a major stage of
[Sept. 15, 2014] Dushanbe and Beijing have launched construction of a key gas pipeline that will turn Tajikistan into a transit country for Central Asian gas supplies to neighboring China, the world’s largest energy consumer. The pipeline will lock Tajikistan i
[Sept. 15, 2014]   Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Tajik counterpart Emomali Rahmon on Saturday attended the construction commencement ceremony of the Tajikistan section of Line-D of the China-Central Asia Gas Pipelines. The 1000-km-long Line-
[Sept. 12, 2014]  President of Russia Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he expected the construction of the China-bound gas pipeline to be effective both from the Russian and Chinese sides. Putin made his statement at a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Du
[Sept. 12, 2014]  Rosneft’s China Gas Ambitions Said to Hit Bureaucratic Setback  OAO Rosneft’s gas ambitions suffered a setback as the Russian government failed to back the state-controlled company’s push for the right to use OAO Gazprom&
[Sept. 11, 2014]  Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced the start of construction work on what is set to be the one of the biggest pipelines in the world, running from gas fields in Siberia to the border with China in the Russian Far East.The “Power of
[Sept. 9, 2014]   Russian energy behemoth Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) are to decide if their gas pipeline that is delivering their $400 billion agreement will run through Mongolia. Russian Natural Resources and the Environment M
[Sept. 5, 2014]   China has ordered oil firms to fix faults in their oil and gas pipeline networks within three years, Sinopec Corp said on Thursday, almost a year after a blast in the state-run refiner’s pipeline killed 62 people. This is the first time a
[Sept. 4, 2014]  Russia’s Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) will need to decide whether their gas pipeline will run through Mongolia or not, Russian Natural Resources and the Environment Minister Sergei Donskoy on Wednesday. During h
[Sept. 3, 2014]   Russia’s Energy Ministry hopes that an intergovernmental agreement on Russian gas supplies to China will be signed iOctober, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Tuesday. “The term has been determined - it is October: we
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