KENYA WOOS QATARI IN­VESTORS

NOT­ING QATAR'S ABIL­ITY AND EX­PER­TISE IN THE EX­PLO­RATION OF EN­ERGY SEC­TOR, KENYA SAYS CO­OP­ER­A­TION BE­TWEEN THE TWO COUN­TRIES WOULD AC­CEL­ER­ATE KENYA'S EF­FORTS IN ACHIEV­ING ITS EN­ERGY TAR­GETS. QATARI EN­TI­TIES IN THE EN­ERGY SEC­TOR SHOULD PAR­TIC­I­PATE IN THE KEN

Qatar Today - - ENERGY SPOTLIGHT -

2I5 bil­lion

Global de­mand for nat­u­ral gas will rise by 215 bil­lion cu­bic feet per day over the out­look pe­riod. That is equal to adding more than three times the nat­u­ral gas con­sumed in the United States in 2010.

NAT­U­RAL GAS PRO­DUC­TION BY TYPE

“EN­ERGY REV­ENUES HAVE HELPED TO LAY A SOLID ECO­NOMIC FOUN­DA­TION IN QATAR. RE­AL­IS­ING THIS, THE STATE OF QATAR IS COM­MIT­TED TO PRO­VIDE AN AD­E­QUATE PRO IN­VEST­MENT CLI­MATE MEA­SUR­ING UP TO THE EX­PEC­TA­TIONS OF PRI­VATE NA­TIONAL AND FOR­EIGN IN­DUS­TRIAL IN­VEST­MENTS.”

HE Dr Mo­hammed bin Saleh Al Sada

Min­is­ter of En­ergy and In­dus­try

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