When some of Qatar’s neighbours imposed sanctions on the small Gulf state earlier this year, analysts said global LNG flows could be affected. But Mohamed al-Thani, formerly Qatar’s minister of economy and trade and now an energy consultant and researcher, has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily that little disruption has occurred.
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