Having seen its LNG export revenues halve in the past two years, Qatar faced more bad news last month in the form of a fresh delay to the startup of its much-vaunted Barzan gas project.
The $10.3 billion development is a joint venture between Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil and will be operated by RasGas. Barzan was intended to meet surging domestic energy demand but has experienced a series of setbacks that have already put back its startup by at least two years from the originally scheduled...
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