• Emails obtained by DailyMail.com show Hunter Biden worked with former Kazakh prime minister Karim Massimov to try to pull off a $120M pipeline deal
  • The oil deal involved Massimov, who’s now accused of treason, and the State China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), now under US sanctions
  • The president’s son traveled to Beijing and Kazakhstan in 2014 and 2015 to broker the deal on behalf of a Ukrainian gas firm Burisma as a board member
  • The venture came years after a similar oil deal had faced opposition from Western energy firms
  • Devon Archer, Hunter’s longtime friend and business partner at Burisma wrote to Hunter that he was excited that the offer could make them rich
  • Emails show their plan was for the Kazakh government to grant drilling rights to CNOOC, with the rigs and wells being operated by Burisma
  • It is unclear from Hunter’s emails whether they pulled off either deal
  • The State Department’s sanctions only cover CNOOC’s activity in the South China Sea, not their other global operations

Continue Reading: EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Biden tried to broker a $120million oil deal between Chinese energy firm now under US sanctions and former Kazakhstan prime minister who has been accused of treason in hopes of pocketing a fortune, laptop emails reveal

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