The head of energy giant Qatar Petroleum has shrugged off fears that any potential protectionist policies pursued by US President Donald Trump would impact on global oil and gas markets.
Saad Al-Kaabi – who heads state-owned QP, the largest exporter of Liquid Natural Gas and one of the biggest oil companies in the world – said today he expected US policy to remain similar to that exercised under previous presidents.
“Projects that we get into are projects that we get into for 25 to 30 years,” he said.
“They survive seven, eight presidents or whatever. Read More…
Credit By : Energy Economics Times
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