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Qatar: 16% growth in 2010, 1/3 LNG capacity growth and is to supply Dubai with LNG 26, January 2010

Posted by thegulfblog.com in Qatar, The Emirates.
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For a small country, Qatar continues to put out outstanding figures [though I realise that these things are not related…]. As the title of the article suggests, their economy is predicted to grow by 16% in 2010. Their LNG production is expected to grow from 54 millions tonnes per year to 77 million tonnes by the end of the year. Also it has been announced that Qatar will supply Dubai with up to 37 billion tonnes of LNG per year starting soon. Why Dubai isn’t getting its gas from its sister state, Abu Dhabi, is a mystery…or not.

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1. Shahryar - 27, January 2010

the export to Dubai is done by dolphin gas or pearl energy, either way both companies are owned by Mubadala which is owned by the Abu Dhabi goverment


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