GAZPROM & CHINA: SEQUENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
A Gazprom delegation headed by Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Company's Management Committee, paid a working visit to China today.
During the visit a meeting was held between Alexey Miller and Zhang Gaoli, First Vice Premier of China's State Council.
The parties addressed strategic bilateral cooperation. It was noted that the collaboration between Gazprom and Chinese energy companies and financial institutions was consistently developing.
The meeting discussed issues related to pipeline exports of Russian gas to China. In particular, the meeting focused on the eastern and western routes. Progress was recorded in all areas of cooperation.
Another meeting was held today between Alexey Miller and Wang Yilin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CNPC. Particular attention was given to gas exports to China via the western route. The parties also addressed prospective collaboration in the field of underground gas storage in China, power generation, and use of gas as a vehicle fuel.
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