Oman Said to Consider LNG Imports as Domestic Gas Use SurgesBy and
Demand for electricity drives nation's natural gas consumption
Spare capacity to liquefy gas for export reaches 9-year high
Oman may start importing liquefied natural gas to meet surging domestic energy demand, according to two people with knowledge of the matter, a shift in trade that would make it the fourth Arab country in the oil-rich Persian Gulf to buy LNG.
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