Brunei and China join hands for energy projects

Dec 06, 2011 12:00 AM

Brunei is willing to strengthen energy cooperation with China and plans to increase exports of crude oil to China from current 13,000 bpd to 16,000 bpd, said Brunei's minister of energy Pehin Dato Mohammad Yasmin Umar recently.
He said that Brunei will actively encourage Chinese energy companies to invest and establish factories in Brunei in the energy sector, including the solar and wind power industries, which have a great potential for development.

In addition, China's huge oil services industry also offers Brunei more choices in oil procurement and cooperation.

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