Articles by Emma Graham-Harrison



Country Sacrifices To Help Victims

  • 19 May 08
  • Reuters
Giving up everything from haircuts to lobster, citizens from all walks of life band together to help provide some relief for the victims.

China, Russia Reach Gas Price Agreement

  • 19 November 07
  • Reuters
Chinese oil company CNPC and Gazprom have agreed a gas pricing deal that should unlock a major pipeline plan, but it may come at a higher cost than Beijing wanted, the Xinhua news agency cited a Russian executive as saying Saturday.

Gazprom in Talks on China Pipeline

  • 22 September 05
  • Reuters
Gazprom is in talks about laying two pipelines to China, which could each send up to 30 billion cubic meters of gas per year across the border, a senior executive said Wednesday.

Chinese Oil Fields Drying Up With Age

  • 23 June 05
  • Reuters
China's surging oil demand has captivated markets and captured headlines. The quiet, steady growth of its domestic crude production, which is larger than that of most OPEC nations, has received less attention.

High Demand, Cold Push Oil to Near $55

  • 10 March 05
  • Reuters
Oil prices rose toward $55 per barrel on Wednesday, within $1 of an all-time high, as a late cold snap in the United States reignited demand and a weaker dollar lured more speculators back to energy markets.