Qatar says gas and LNG sales holding steady

By Verity Ratcliffe 1 August 2017
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A Qatari LNG  tanker. (Qatargas) A Qatari LNG tanker. (Qatargas)

Qatar has posted increased earnings from its gas exports during the first month of sanctions imposed by its neighbours, but the true picture may be hidden as a result of higher oil prices.

Revenue from Qatar’s exports of LNG, condensates, propane, butane and other petroleum gases reached QAR 11.9 billion ($2.5 billion) in June, down by only 1.8% from May and up by 15.8% year on year, the Ministry of Development, Planning and Statistics announced on Sunday. 

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