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IHS Chemical Week

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Josie Perez

Qatar Chemicals 2015 IHS CW Release

November 16, 2015

Energy is power, and Qatar’s power comes from its abundance of cheap energy through its natural gas reserves. Attainment of the title as the largest exporter globally of liquefied natural gas (LNG) was made possible through the diligent efforts of Qatar’s government to develop the industry through the necessary infrastructure, capital investments, and foreign partnerships for the export market. Having established a world-class LNG export industry and local feedstock system, Qatar has begun to diversify its already rich economy by looking toward the downstream sector and has taken significant steps toward developing Qatar’s industrial base, including chemicals and petrochemicals.

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