Tuesday, 14 December 2010

UK Looks To Qatar To Meet Rising Gas Demand

The U.K. will import more Qatari
commercial gas over the coming years as domestic supplies of the fuel
dwindle and it looks to boost energy security amid fears about relying too
heavily on Russia, the country's energy minister said Monday. In an interview with Zawya Dow Jones Monday U.K. energy minister Charles
Hendry said the U.K. currently imports 12% of its gas from the Gulf Arab
state of Qatar and this figure would rise in the coming years.

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