How U.S. new energy production affects China-Middle East relations
The article presents the data of energy relations between China and the Middle East. China’s oil imports from the region amounts to 60% of the total and its most important supplier is Saudi Arabia. The second supplier is Iran though due to the U.S. embargo volume is being sustained in view of future decisions and U.S. reactions. China is investing heavily in the U.S. natural gas bonanza and its relations with Iran may impede its major companies to invest in the U.S.