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Informationen zum Autor Keun-Wook Paik is Associate Fellow at the Energy, Environment and Development Programme, Chatham House. He... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Keun-Wook Paik is Associate Fellow at the Energy, Environment and Development Programme, Chatham House. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Aberdeen. Between 1994 and 1998, he was a Research Associate at AUPEC (Aberdeen University Petroleum and Economic Consultants), and Research Fellow, and later Senior Research Fellow, at the Royal Institute of International Affairs. Prior to joining OIES in 2007, he served as advisor on international affairs on theSino-Russian Oil and Gas Cooperation Committee of China National Petroleum Corporation and advisor to the Government of Sakha Republic, Russian Federation. He has been a member of the UN working group on Energy for the DPRK, and advisor on the terms and conditions of the newly established UNDP GTI Energy Board. Klappentext An in-depth analysis of how much was achieved through Sino-Russian oil and gas cooperation during the 1990s and 2000s. It provides a comprehensive review of the development of Russia's oil and gas reserves in its East Siberian and Far East region, together with a parallel and thorough account of China's oil and gas industry. Zusammenfassung This book analyses the evolution of Sino-Russian oil and gas cooperation during the 1990s and 2000s. It describes how China has become a large importer of Russian oil, but not of its gas, and gives an explanation as to why this curious contrast has developed. The author argues that, given the two countries' energy endowments and needs, it has been almost inevitable that there should be a considerable amount of Sino-Russian oil and gas cooperation, but concludes thatthe imperatives of oil cooperation were much more powerful than those relating to gas. The book examines the progress of oil and gas exploration and development in East Siberia and Russia's Far East, and estimates the amount of oil and gas that Russia could export from these regions to China andNortheast Asian countries. It also provides a parallel analysis of China's potential to be a large scale importer of oil and gas and presents a detailed account of its dealings with the Central Asian Republics. This in-depth evaluation reveals the differences in the characteristics of the oil and gas sectors that have led to such contrasting outcomes. The final part of the book predicts the likely evolution of Sino-Russian oil and gas cooperation and the national, regional, and global consequences. ...

This landmark book is likely to become the principal reference guide for understanding Sino-Russian energy relations.

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Keun-Wook Paik is Associate Fellow at the Energy, Environment and Development Programme, Chatham House. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Aberdeen. Between 1994 and 1998, he was a Research Associate at AUPEC (Aberdeen University Petroleum and Economic Consultants), and Research Fellow, and later Senior Research Fellow, at the Royal Institute of International Affairs. Prior to joining OIES in 2007, he served as advisor on international affairs on the Sino-Russian Oil and Gas Cooperation Committee of China National Petroleum Corporation and advisor to the Government of Sakha Republic, Russian Federation. He has been a member of the UN working group on Energy for the DPRK, and advisor on the terms and conditions of the newly established UNDP GTI Energy Board.

Klappentext

An in-depth analysis of how much was achieved through Sino-Russian oil and gas cooperation during the 1990s and 2000s. It provides a comprehensive review of the development of Russia's oil and gas reserves in its East Siberian and Far East region, together with a parallel and thorough account of China's oil and gas industry.



Zusammenfassung
This book analyses the evolution of Sino-Russian oil and gas cooperation during the 1990s and 2000s. It describes how China has become a large importer of Russian oil, but not of its gas, and gives an explanation as to why this curious contrast has developed. The author argues that, given the two countries' energy endowments and needs, it has been almost inevitable that there should be a considerable amount of Sino-Russian oil and gas cooperation, but concludes that the imperatives of oil cooperation were much more powerful than those relating to gas. The book examines the progress of oil and gas exploration and development in East Siberia and Russia's Far East, and estimates the amount of oil and gas that Russia could export from these regions to China and Northeast Asian countries. It also provides a parallel analysis of China's potential to be a large scale importer of oil and gas and presents a detailed account of its dealings with the Central Asian Republics. This in-depth evaluation reveals the differences in the characteristics of the oil and gas sectors that have led to such contrasting outcomes. The final part of the book predicts the likely evolution of Sino-Russian oil and gas cooperation and the national, regional, and global consequences.

Inhalt

Introduction; 1. The Energy Factor in Sino-Russian Relations; 2. The Development of the Oil Industry in Eastern Siberia and the Russian Far East; 3. The Development of the Gas Industry in Eastern Siberia and the Russian Far East; 4. The Oil Industry in China; 5. The Gas Industry in China; 6. The Chinese Approach to Overseas Oil and Gas Investment: Focused on Central Asia; 7. Sino-Russian Oil and Gas Cooperation; 8. Conclusion

Produktinformationen

Titel: Sino-Russian Oil and Gas Cooperation
Untertitel: The Reality and Implications
Autor:
EAN: 9780199656356
ISBN: 978-0-19-965635-6
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Oxford University Press
Genre: Geowissenschaften
Anzahl Seiten: 552
Gewicht: 1010g
Größe: H168mm x B243mm x T36mm
Jahr: 2012