Snapshot of Chinese Energy Investment into the United States

Devin Kleinfield-Hayes

When speaking of using an "all-of-the-above strategy," President Obama prioritized the development of both traditional hydrocarbon and alternative energy to help kick start economic growth. Like China, the United States’ energy consumption exceeds current supply levels, and both countries are aggressively seeking solutions to their common energy challenges. Over the past seven years, the Chinese leadership has been pursuing an all-encompassing energy development agenda with massive infrastructure investments within China. More recently the country’s drive for diversifying energy supply has become a prominent area for overseas investments.

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