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In recent years, China's economic growth has been induced to label this country as a great economic country in all over the world and enhance the individual income of people dramatically. But the problem which menaces the prospect of China and its economic achievements is the drastic gap caused by the rate of development between Eastern and western regions. Indeed, China suffers from incongruous development in its provinces. This issue will jeopardize territorial integrity and domestic stability of China. This article tends to consider China's attempts toward transferring centeral Asia energy resources to its western regions targeting constant development and enhancing economic welfare in those areas. In addition, since China is bordered by countries on the west as well as having considerable population of Turkish Moslems in Sin Kiang, she is highly at risk of separatist clashes and neglecting the development of this province, would create serious problems for China's pivotal government. The main discussions are concentrated around oil pipeline from Khazaghestan to China which is considered as one of the great investments of China in central Asia . The fundamental question is that to what extent this oil pipeline will influence the development of west China significantly. In this article, we aim to test the hypothesis which states that the transfer of Khazaghestan energy to west of China has positive and constructive impact on the realization of Chinese government goals in underdeveloped parts of this country.