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The South China Sea, home to several overlapping territorial claims, is thought to contain large volumes of undiscovered oil and gas. Tensions have escalated in recent years, however, owing to frequent conflicts involving warships, maritime agency vessels, survey ships, fishing boats and even an oil rig.

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Top Stories

15 April 2015, Week 15 Issue 828
Greece has expressed its willingness to participate in the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline project, Russia’s alternative to South Stream, which was scrapped last December.


09 April 2015, Week 14 Issue 297
Shell’s bid to buy BG Group could spark a spate of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the oil and gas industry