EN­ERGY FO­RUM DIS­CUSSES GEOPOL­I­TICS AND ITS IM­PACT

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Qatar's nat­u­ral gas pro­duc­tion ex­ceeded 7 tril­lion cu­bic feet in 2013.

This num­ber in­cludes 77 mil­lion tonnes of LNG ex­ported to more than 25 coun­tries, pipe­line gas ex­ports to the UAE and Oman, and do­mes­tic con­sump­tion, HE Dr Al Sada, Min­is­ter of En­ergy and In­dus­try said, while giv­ing the key­note ad­dress at the two-day Brook­ings Doha En­ergy Fo­rum 2014.

HE Dr Al Sada said Qatar's prom­i­nent po­si­tion in the global en­ergy mar­ket is set to re­main for years to come. “The State of Qatar is well placed to meet the in­creas­ing de­mand for gas. We are also com­mit­ted to con­tinue meet­ing our obli­ga­tions as a re­li­able en­ergy pro­ducer, as a part­ner in devel­op­ment, and as an ac­tive player in en­sur­ing mar­ket sta­bil­ity,” he said.

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