Oil and gas

Smith, Pamela Ann
April 1998
Middle East;Apr98, Issue 277, p33
Presents information on Qatar's liquified natural gas (LNG) industry which is embarking on an era as it prepares to play a role as one of the world's foremost suppliers of LNG. Indication that the country's huge North Field is the largest of its kind; Estimated cubic feet reserves of natural gas at the field; What the government is doing to ensure that these reserves are used for the benefits of Qataris and the Gulf region.


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