China's Appetite for Oil, and the World Supply A natural consequence of China's rapid economic expansion is its growing dependency on oil. China now ranks second in oil consumption, behind only the United States. To get a sense of what this means for the future of oil, guest host Sheliah Kast speaks with Matthew Yeomans, who edits the oil blog www.petropulse.com.
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China's Appetite for Oil, and the World Supply

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China's Appetite for Oil, and the World Supply

China's Appetite for Oil, and the World Supply

China's Appetite for Oil, and the World Supply

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A natural consequence of China's rapid economic expansion is its growing dependency on oil. China now ranks second in oil consumption, behind only the United States. To get a sense of what this means for the future of oil, guest host Sheliah Kast speaks with Matthew Yeomans, who edits the oil blog www.petropulse.com.