Oil companies are buying up companies in countries that have oil, and in the process, making the countries dependent on imports of the oil that they produce.
But how much does it cost?
The Economist (UK) reports that the new Chinese investment in the oil and gas sector is already contributing to a sharp rise in the price of oil.
The Economist reports that as the world’s largest oil exporter, China is now making it increasingly hard for the world to import oil at competitive prices, which is hurting the economies of countries that rely on imported oil.
According to the Economist, the oil-price increase could cause a major trade war with the United States.
The oil price increase has already pushed the price up from $75 to $100 a barrel, a level that would make the United Kingdom and France look like heroes to China.
The Economist reports that the oil price rise could cause the price to rise to around $80, which would put the United Arab Emirates and the United Saudi Arabia in a position where they could be forced to take military action in order to protect their oil reserves.
This is what happens when oil prices rise in one country, and fall in another.
This means that the United State and other Western countries will have to import more oil from the rest of the world, which will make their economies even more dependent on foreign oil, which then puts the rest and future generations of Westerners in a worse position than they are currently.
It is no secret that China has been investing in the energy industry for a long time.
The Economist reports: The world’s biggest oil producer has been buying up other oil companies, including a consortium of Saudi Aramco and BP, and the biggest oil producers in the Middle East, such as Russia’s Gazprom, China’s CNPC and Japan’s Hitachi, among others, in a bid to ensure the world will continue to rely on the world oil supply.
The new investments in the industry, including by Chinese state-owned companies, will also be a boost to the Chinese economy, which has been in a slowdown since the crisis in 2015, according to a survey by consultancy Wood Mackenzie.
The Chinese government has also increased subsidies to its oil industry, which in turn has made it more competitive in a global marketplace, the firm said.
China’s decision to purchase large oil companies has also contributed to the rise of its energy sector, which was previously dominated by state-run companies.
The World Bank reported in a report published last month that the Chinese government is increasingly investing in energy projects, with the goal of developing a national energy strategy that would boost its economic growth and lift the country out of a slump that began in 2008.
This is an excerpt from the report titled “China’s oil, gas, and other investments: How they’re helping the world”.
The report states: China’s growth depends on its ability to export its abundant energy to the rest to fuel its rapidly growing economy.
The rapid growth of China’s oil industry in recent years has helped the country maintain a high level of output, and has enabled the government to make significant policy adjustments to encourage investment.
As oil production in China has grown, the country has been able to export more and more of its resources to the world.
China has invested in the global oil market for decades.
China became the world leader in oil production when it produced around a quarter of the global reserves in 1992.
The country now produces more oil than any other country.
By 2050, China could be the world leading oil exporters.
In 2019, the total reserves of oil-rich countries were at more than 3,500 billion barrels, and China alone had a reserves of more than 8,300 billion barrels.
Today, China has more than 1,300 oil and natural gas reserves.
Its state-controlled oil company, Sinopec, and its state-backed oil and steel company, CNOOC, are major oil producers.
The company CNOOG, the world largest producer of crude oil, produces nearly 80% of the country’s crude.
These two companies together produce about 10% of Chinas oil production.
CNOOT is China’s largest natural gas producer.
In 2016, Sinovac, the largest natural-gas producer in the world and owned by Sinopego, was the second largest producer in China.
Sinovacs CEO, Guo Zhongping, said in October that the company was the world second largest gas producer, behind Saudi Arabia.
China is also investing in nuclear power and wind energy.
In 2018, China bought two nuclear reactors, the third of the type built by France.
The reactor’s construction was completed in 2018.
The nuclear plants are expected to be operational in 2030, when they will be 30% more powerful than the French nuclear plants.
China is planning to build three new coal-fired power plants, according to the Chinese National Energy Administration (