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MENA upstream month in brief: Qatar asserts its dominance in the global gas market

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05 April 2017

MENA upstream month in brief: Qatar asserts its dominance in the global gas market

Report summary

Qatar has lifted its 12 year moratorium on the North Field, with Qatar Petroleum planning to pursue a new gas export development. The Saudi Arabian government has announced tax cuts that will cut Saudi Aramco's income tax rate substantially. Iran has increased production again by bring three major projects onstream.

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