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Abu Dhabi Upstream Forum - October 2013 - From Feast to Famine: The future of natural gas in the GCC


Abu Dhabi Upstream Forum - October 2013 - From Feast to Famine: The future of natural gas in the GCC

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Wood Mackenzie's Middle East Upstream Forum was held in Abu Dhabi, on Monday 7 October 2013. Senior members of our upstream, gas and corporate teams provided their insight on the various regional topics.  "From Feast to Famine: The future of natural gas in the GCC" was presented by Gavin Law, Wood Mackenzie's Head of Gas & Power Consulting.  The full presentation is available in the downloads area.

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