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Iran’s Gas Potential Is In the Spotlight Again as World Shuns Russia

Lesser-known natural gas exporters are stepping into the spotlight as pressure mounts on companies to cut ties with energy giant Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.

While liquefied natural gas from the U.S. and Qatar, as well as pipeline volumes from Algeria to Azerbaijan, are seen plugging a short-term gap, delegates at the European Gas Conference in Vienna questioned Monday whether Iran could step up as a supplier.