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  • QATAR is close to finalising a substantial liquefied natural gas export deal with Total, the French oil major

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  • Qatar, with 33 years of OPEC membership, is again poised to play a pivotal and enhanced role in the global energy producer/consumer dialogue. Paul Tempest outlines some of the geo-political implications of this development.

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  • Tohoku Electric is understood to have signed a sales and purchase agreement to buy LNG from the Qatargas 3 project, for a 15-year period commencing in 2016. The Japanese utility will buy between 60,000 and 90,000 t/y over 20162018 and 180,000 t/y over 20192030. The LNG will be delivered ex-ship.

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  • In Qatar, the Pearl plant is distributing to Doha Airport a 50/50 blend of GTL/Jet A-1, which is being used by Qatar Airways for all its flights from 2012. A higher energy density, and fewer particulate emissions are claimed compared with Jet A-1 alone.

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  • CONTENTS205  MIDDLE EAST - The benefits to be derived from stability208  QATAR - Bright prospects for both oil and gas211  OMAN - Natural gas opens up new era214  GAS - A tale of two markets218  FORTHCOMING EVENTS220  GAS - Independent supplies come to SW England225&nbs...

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  • This year, Project Qatar will feature participation from 37 countries, representing Hundreds of companies, including 15 national pavilions spread over 5 halls and an outside area, covering 32,000 sqm of exhibition space. The show is also expected to attract over 35,000+ professional visitors, which ...

  • Qatar plans to invest $25bn on expanding liquefied natural gas capacity in pursuit of its ambition to become the worlds largest exporter, quadrupling export capacity to 63.56m tonnes a year by 2010. Confirmation of Qatars audacious plan comes after news that it is involved in three giant projects ...

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