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Leading Exporters Upbeat about Future of Natural Gas

Date:
15 November 2020
Category:
In the News
Topics:
Energy

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Note: This article was originally published in Trade Arabia. Prof Jun Arima was mentioned .

The full promise of natural gas will unfold once the world is past the coronavirus pandemic, according to energy ministers of the leading gas exporting countries at a Ministerial Roundtable held recently (November 11). It’s available in abundance, flexible enough to reach far-flung corners of the globe even as it is less polluting to the environment, they said.
 
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