Gas supply in the GCC: the end of an era?

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14 August 2013

Gas supply in the GCC: the end of an era?

Report summary

The long period of spectacular gas production growth in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region is coming to an end. More than 230 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of reserves have been scheduled for commercial development since the mid-1990s, transforming the Gulf into one of the centres of global gas production. Yet in the last few years, the number of project awards has declined dramatically. Qatar has ruled out further phases of North Field expansion, and new field developments are becoming...

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • The GCC gas miracle
  • is coming to an end
    • Not enough exploration
    • Resource ownership
    • Low gas prices
    • Constraining future growth
  • A testing time for the GCC

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This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • GCC sales gas production: 1975 - 2020
  • Commercialised gas reserves: 2000 - 2013 *
  • Gulf Cooperation Council - gas fields and infrastructure

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