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Qatar Seeks Diversified Gas Customers Base

Qatar is striving for a diversified set of customers for its natural gas, the Gulf state’s energy minister told German daily Handelsblatt, potentially posing a limit to Germany’s purchasing ambitions to cut its dependency on Russian energy. “Just like buyers want to diversify their supplier base, we are keen to …

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Qatar to Invest $5 Billion in Egypt, Eyes Offshore Gas

Qatar is to invest $5 billion in Egypt, the government in Cairo announced Tuesday, in another sign of a growing rapprochement following last year’s restoration of ties. The announcement came after talks between President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and visiting Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, who also met Prime …

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Qatar will Continue to Supply Gas to Europe

Qatari Energy Minister Saad Al Kaabi said in an exclusive interview with CNN’s Becky Anderson that Qatar will stand “in solidarity with Europe” and will not divert gas contracts to other customers. Qatar supplies some European countries with gas in the form of divertible contracts, which means it is able …

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