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Pipeline to boost crude imports

By Zheng Xin | China Daily | Updated: 2017-11-14 07:28

China's crude oil imports from Russia are expected to double from next year with necessary infrastructure work on the second Sino-Russian crude oil transmission pipeline being completed on Sunday.

The pipeline, which will play a significant part in China's overall energy strategy, will help China increase annual crude imports from Russia to 30 million metric tons, and secure the country's energy security, said Zhang Xinjia, deputy head of the PetroChina Pipeline Co, a subsidiary under the China National Petroleum Corp, the country's largest oil and gas supplier and producer.

The 942-kilometer oil pipeline, from Mohe at the China-Russia border to the city of Daqing, is the China leg of the second East Siberia Pacific Ocean pipeline project pumping Russian crude oil to China.

Pipeline to boost crude imports

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