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EIA report says 30% of oil travels through South China Sea

A RECENT report from the US’s Energy Information Administration outlines just how much oil passes through the disputed South China Sea region, reminding Australia that any disruptions could have serious implications for liquid fuel security given low indigenous fuel stocks. 

  • Helen Clark
  • 29 August 2018
  • 11:41
  • News
EIA report says 30% of oil travels through South China Sea 30% of crude moves through the South China Sea: EIA

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