Political Risk

China’s Sinopec building filling station in disputed South China Sea

Chinese oil major Sinopec is building a filling station on an island in the South China Sea, as China continues to expand its civilian infrastructure in the disputed waterway, entrenching its reach in the maritime heart of Southeast Asia.The filling station and accompanying storage tank on Woody Island in the Paracels will take a year to complete, the company, whose listed flagship is Sinopec Corp, said on its microblog on Monday.

Source: China’s Sinopec building filling station in disputed South China Sea | Reuters

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