Middle East Drives LNG Demand as Glut Makes Prices AttractiveBy
Offshore units being added to receive liquefied natural gas
Lower prices will spur increased use of natural gas: Apicorp
Countries in the Middle East and North Africa led by Egypt, Kuwait and Morocco are boosting liquefied natural gas import capacity, taking advantage of low prices to meet rising energy demand.
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