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Listen: Energy supply, financing high on Russia-China agenda

Platts Stuart Elliott, associate editorial director, Europe and Africa oil news, and Rosemary Griffin, Platts editor in Moscow, discuss the possible outcome of talks May 8-10 between Russia and China in the areas of oil and gas supply and financing, as well as the continued rise in Russian oil production and the five-year extension of Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin's term at the head of Russia's biggest oil company.


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