'Qatar confident of future gas demand'.
HE the Chairman of the Administrative Control and Transparency
Authority, Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah talks as former Algerian energy
minister and chairman of the International Oil Summit, Nordine
Ait-Laoussine listens during a session of the 14th International Oil
Summit in Paris yesterday. Qatar is confident about future demand for
its liquefied natural gas, al-Attiyah told the conference. "Demand
for natural gas will continue, not in the classical markets, but in new
markets," al-Attiyah said. He added that the booming production of
shale gas in the US won't threaten Qatar's position, but would
compliment the supply provided by the Gulf country. "Two brothers
cannot fight each other," he said.
Gulf Times Newspaper 2013
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