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As Energy Demand Outpaces Supply, Asia Looks Overseas to Refuel

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Wed, 22 May 2013

Many Asian countries are encountering growing energy shortages due to declining indigenous resources and domestic consumption growth. Oil companies in Asia frequently engage in overseas acquisitions. In many cases, these transactions help enlarge reserve base, access technological know-hows and enh

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