A boon to U.S. natural-gas supply

September 2007
Hill;9/19/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 107, p30
The article focuses on the new QatarGas IV, a project created to produce and supply natural liquefied natural gas to the U.S. market for 25 years, in Qatar. The deal is the latest joint venture and sale-and-purchase agreements between Royal Dutch/Shell and QatarGas Co., which is aimed to convert the nation's massive gas reserved into cash. It is noted that the country holds the world's third largest gas reserves next to Russia and Iran. An overview of the project is also presented.


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