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Already the world's biggest energy user, China is scouring the globe for even more coal, oil and natural gas.
(Xinhua/Wang Jianwei / XINHUA/WANG JIANWEI)
A long history of mutual distrust and gnawing fear of dependency keeps China and Russia apart.
Public backlash against hydropower project reveals vulnerability in China’s quest for energy.
China’s insatiable thirst for oil has injected a highly combustible new element into long-running quarrels.
The world’s biggest energy user is making its neighbor uneasy as it scours the globe for fuel.
Reliance on oil outweighs China’s preference to not get involved in other nations’ internal affairs.
Explore China’s swift growth in energy consumption, a slower growth in production, and which countries it leans on to cover the difference.
GRAPHIC | As China continues to step up steel production, it will require increasing amounts of coking coal.
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