Sunday 18, June 2017 by Georgina Enzer

Gulf states should reform domestic natural gas prices to attract investment in new supply

The Gulf states, the world’s fastest growing demand centre for natural gas, will need to create greater incentives to drive investment in new gas supply by removing all government subsidies that fix domestic gas prices at very low levels, a Gulf Intelligence research paper reported.

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Investment Banking Growth amidst uncertainty

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