Russia's Gazprom and China's CNPC agreed on basic terms of long-awaited gas supplies to China, paving the way for the final deal, which would cement Moscow's footing in the world's second largest economy. The pressure on Gazprom to venture into the Chinese market is rising as its Russian rivals, such as Novatek, have already secured deals to supply China with gas from yet-to-build liquefied gas plants and are lobbying for limiting Gazprom's export monopoly. The former Soviet Union launched gas supplies to Western Europe in 1968 and the European Union has remained Gazprom's key market, where the company generates 55 per cent of its profit.
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