A Story Told by a Witness
Editors: Mao Yiran and Thomas M. Seay
For the first time, a work that breaks with the official Chinese government narrative concerning the petroleum industry and provides the true story as personally experienced by the author, Mao Huahe, a thirty-year veteran and executive in the oil industry. Mao witnessed first-hand the breakthrough discovery of the Daqing Oilfield, the behind-the-scenes political machinations and turmoil of the Cultural Revolution and the subsequent reform and opening period, and details the effects these events had upon China’s petroleum industry.
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum
In: The Ebb and Flow of Chinese Petroleum