The Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnector Authority (GCCIA) is gearing up to offer the GCC’s six member states – Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the United Arab Emirates – the opportunity to buy and sell electricity on an exchange as well as through the current system of bilateral trades. GCCIA Chief Executive Ahmed Ali al-Ebrahim spoke to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about the organisation’s next steps.
Interfax Natural Gas Daily: What are you doing to prepare for the new system? Which countries are definitely on...
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