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Qatar to Supply Germany With LNG Under Long-Term Gas Deal

  • Country aims to send Germany gas under 15-year deal from 2026
  • ‘These agreements are momentous,’ says Qatar’s energy minister
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Qatar has agreed to supply Germany with liquefied natural gas under a long-term deal that will go a small way to helping the European country replace piped flows from Russia.

State-owned Qatar Energy and ConocoPhillips have signed agreements that will see the Persian Gulf state send up to 2 million tons of LNG a year to Germany from 2026. The deals will last at least 15 years, Qatar’s energy minister, Saad al Kaabi, told reporters in Doha alongside Ryan Lance, ConocoPhillips’ chief executive offer.