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China-Australia relations: more Russian pipeline gas could be ‘political hedge’ for Beijing

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China is seeking to fast-track a second channel to double the supply of natural gas from “comprehensive strategic partner” Russia, which could give Beijing an upper hand in dealing with Canberra, according to analysts.The Power of Siberia 2 gas pipeline, which will be built by Gazprom, could pump 50 billion cubic metres of gas annually to northern China, and Russian President Vladimir Putin said last month that a feasibility study on the pipeline would be finished very soon.“Just as it makes…

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China is seeking to fast-track a second channel to double the supply of natural gas from “comprehensive strategic partner” Russia, which could give Beijing an upper hand in dealing with Canberra, according to analysts.The Power of Siberia 2 gas pipeline, which will be built by Gazprom, could pump 50 billion cubic metres of gas annually to northern China, and Russian President Vladimir Putin said last month that a feasibility study on the pipeline would be finished very soon.“Just as it makes…

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