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18 Oct 2011  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The expansion of LNG trains in 2011 by the major LNG producers in Qatar (Ras Gas and Qatar gas) has increased the production and export capacity of LNG. Increase in the world's demand for LNG and various long term contracts signed by the country to supply LNG are expected to drive the economic growth of Qatar in 2011 and beyond. Investments have be...
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23 Nov 2011  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) economies have been heavily dependent on the hydrocarbon sector, which accounts for a large part of their export earnings and government revenue. However, the GCC nations are striving to diversify and reduce the risks that stem from their economic dependence on the oil and gas sectors, which, although lucrative, ...
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06 Jan 2012  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The UAE's Energy Industry: Hydrocarbon Dominance to Gradually Make Way for Renewable Energy
The energy industry in the UAE is highly dependent on the hydrocarbon sector. Most of the electricity is generated using natural gas and the rest through other fossil fuels. The demand for oil and gas is envisaged to rise steadily driven by the increase in the demand for electricity during the forecast period. The government is likely to make inves...
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03 Jul 2002  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
This report on the energy industry in India covers the economic importance of the industry, its structure, and segments from 1996 to 2006. The energy supply segment covered in the report includes domestic energy production and energy trade in primary energy sources such as coal, petroleum, natural gas, renewable energy, and nuclear power. The energ...
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22 May 2007  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The Indian energy industry is moving through a challenging phase. The country's energy demand has been growing at a rapid rate due to growing population, industrialization, urbanization and economic growth. By 2020, Indias demand for commercial energy is expected to increase by more than 2.5 times compared to the 2005 levels. Energy market reform...
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