Qatar’s natural gas to have 'very relevant' role in global energy transition: Iberdrola chairman

Qatar’s natural gas to have 'very relevant' role in global energy transition: Iberdrola chairman

Qatar’s natural gas is going to have a “very relevant” role in the context of feasible global energy transition, said Ignacio Gal?n, chairman and CEO of Iberdrola.

Future bright for liquefied natural gas and Qatar’s LNG industry: Bouyer

Future bright for liquefied natural gas and Qatar’s LNG industry: Bouyer

Natural gas will continue to play a key role as a transition fuel as the world moves towards cleaner energy such as renewables, says Matthieu Bouyer, managing director, TotalEnergies EP Qatar and TotalEnergies country chair in Qatar.

Qatar's growth helps maintain GECF’s status as largest coalition of global LNG supplier: Sentyurin

Qatar's growth helps maintain GECF’s status as largest coalition of global LNG supplier: Sentyurin

Natural gas will be the fastest-growing fossil fuel in the global energy mix, increasing its share from the currently 23% to 28% by 2050, with the GECF members representing 52% of that share, according to the Gas Exporting Countries Forum.

Qatar calls for stronger producer-consumer ties in natural gas market

Qatar calls for stronger producer-consumer ties in natural gas market

Qatar has called for stronger producer-consumer collaboration in the natural gas market for the global economic recovery and said natural gas will continue to be cornerstone in the low-carbon energy transition.

Promising reactor technology for Qatar's natural gas industry

Promising reactor technology for Qatar's natural gas industry

Research, no matter how promising, cannot make a real-world impact without support from the industrial sector. Academia and industry must walk hand-in-hand to move research from the lab to the industry ...

GECF ministers upbeat on natural gas outlook despite pandemic

GECF ministers upbeat on natural gas outlook despite pandemic

The full promise of natural gas will unfold once the world is past the coronavirus pandemic, upbeat energy ministers of the leading gas exporting countries said at a recent GECF 'Ministerial Roundtable' held virtually

Natural gas stepping stone to sustainable development, lower energy emissions: GECF

Natural gas stepping stone to sustainable development, lower energy emissions: GECF

Natural gas, which is an abundant and flexible source of energy, will continue to satisfy the increasing world energy needs, ministers attending the 22nd Ministerial Meeting of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) stressed on Thursday.

‘Promising’ outlook for gas production in India: Sentyurin

‘Promising’ outlook for gas production in India: Sentyurin

The Gas Exporting Countries Forum’s "Global Gas Model" show a “promising” outlook for the future of gas production in India, said GECF secretary general Yury Sentyurin and noted the volume of marketed natural gas production will reach the level of 60bn cubic metres by 2050, a lion share of which (73

Natural gas a 'critical component' of India’s energy mix, says al-Kaabi

Natural gas a 'critical component' of India’s energy mix, says al-Kaabi

In a virtual interaction session with the India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs highlighted Indian government’s policy reforms ...

GECF organises joint online workshop with ERIA on natural gas role in Asean, East Asia

GECF organises joint online workshop with ERIA on natural gas role in Asean, East Asia

The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) recently organised a joint online workshop with the Economic Research Institute for Aean and East Asia (ERIA) on ‘The role of natural gas towards greening society...

Natural gas to continue playing key role in replacing coal, liquid fuel-fired power generation: IGU

Natural gas to continue playing key role in replacing coal, liquid fuel-fired power generation: IGU

Natural gas from imported LNG will continue to play a major role in replacing coal and liquid fuel-fired electricity generation and reducing emissions

Qatar thrust to LNG development helps global shift to less carbon-intensive energy, says al-Kaabi

Qatar thrust to LNG development helps global shift to less carbon-intensive energy, says al-Kaabi

Natural gas will be the only form of hydrocarbons to increase its share during the next 30 years while fossil fuels will continue to dominate the global energy mix during the period