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  • Over the long term, the Russians worry that sparsely populated, energy-rich Siberia will become a target for Chinese expansionism.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • Complex and energy-rich molecules fall apart, not together.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • If there were no chlorophyll, sunlight would be unusable and no energy-rich compounds food could be made, on which plants, animals, and mankind live.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • President Nazarbayev in effect has single-handedly led the energy-rich nation since before it gained independence from the former Soviet Union in 1991.

    Kazakh President Set for Easy Re-election

  • It is the latest in a string of refineries set up in China through joint ventures with partners from energy-rich countries that often come with supply agreements.

    China Shops Around for Oil, Wary of Iran, Arab Spring

  • Meanwhile, fracking—which involves pumping millions of gallons of water, sand and chemicals to break open dense rocks and release hydrocarbons—has enabled the industry to tap into energy-rich shale formations once overlooked by petroleum geologists.

    Oil and Gas Boom Lifts U.S. Economy

  • Leave aside the vast, energy-rich regions of the country that are off limits to development or even modern seismic testing, especially along the outer continental shelf.

    The Gas Price Freakout

  • The second centered on the post-Soviet scramble for resources and influence in energy-rich Central Asia.

    Central Asia's Energy Bazaar

  • June 1 marked the beginning of Atlantic hurricane season, and natural-gas prices can rise if storms are expected to enter the energy-rich Gulf of Mexico.

    Natural Gas Futures Hit 10-Month High

  • China is negotiating natural-gas supplies with energy-rich Russia, but a long-running dispute about the price of Russian natural gas remains unresolved, as Russia is unwilling to sell gas to China for less than it fetches from Europe, while China doesn't want to pay more than it does for Central Asian supplies.

    China in Deal With Turkmenistan to Boost Gas Supply

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