Oil and gas in the capitals ///

Throughout the Middle East, if the business is not about exploring, producing and exporting natural gas, it must be about importing it. If oil divided the Arab world and caused political instability, natural gas is now unifying the Arab world, increasing its integration and leading to prosperity. The Arab Gas Pipeline Project has done what Arab leaders have failed to do in recent decades. To date, the pipeline is among the most successful joint projects by any economic and political standards. Another set of pipelines, including the Dolphin project, is making its way through the sands of the Arabian Peninsula, contributing to the integration of the Gulf countries. The Arab Gas Pipeline Project. Historically, most Arab cooperation in pipelines has centered on building pipelines across a few countries to export oil from the Gulf and northern Iraq. Most of these pipelines were either shut down or blown out by transit countries.

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