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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

Emails obtained by 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