Dubai, Pakistan join U.A.E. gas megaproject

The U.A.E.-based U.A.E. Offsets Group (UOG) has garnered more support for its Dolphin natural gas initiative in recent weeks. The Dolphin program is designed to connect Qatar's copious gas supplies with growing demand in the Persian Gulf region and beyond. Early this month, UOG announced that Oman agreed to join the Persian Gulf-region natural gas-based industrial initiative (OGJ, June 7, 1999, Newsletter). Since then, Dubai and Pakistan have added their names to the list of participants. The Dolphin initiative is being promoted by the government-sponsored UOG. It is envisioned to go beyond supply arrangements, eventually encompassing a broad range of gas-based industria...

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