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Indian/Qatari agreement sets a new benchmark in the race for natural resources

Qatar, the world's largest exporter of LNG, has shunned Western supply contracts and agreed to increase its exports to India by four million tonnes per year from the current 7.5 million, as of 2014. The move reinforces the widely held belief that Asia is the demand center of the future, and raises questions over Western energy firms' ability to compete with emerging markets for natural resources.

Published By Datamonitor
25 Mar 2010
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European firms set to benefit from development of waste management strategies in the Middle East

As the economies of the Persian Gulf states continue to develop, the issue of sustainability is becoming more important. Effective waste management poses the biggest challenge, with 120 million tons of waste generated by the region every year. As the nations strive to address this environmental and economic problem, experienced European waste management companies will be well placed to benefit.

Published By Datamonitor
15 Mar 2011
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EU should act now over 'gasPEC'

The recent announcement by 15 gas-exporting states, including six of the world's top 10, revealing that they are to form a permanent organization intended to stabilize prices and monitor markets does not indicate that an OPEC-style gas cartel is any closer to becoming a reality. Still, Europe cannot afford to sit on its hands forever.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Jan 2009

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