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2015-06-04 19:00:00

GAS MARKET 2015 - 2020

GAS MARKET 2015 - 2020

Global gas demand will reaccelerate following a marked slowdown in both 2013 and 2014. The expectation for stronger economic growth and lower oil and gas prices provides some support for demand, even though the improvement falls short of forecasts made in earlier versions of this report. Global gas demand is projected to grow 2% on average between 2014 and 2020, slower than the 2.3% averaged over the previous ten years, with several factors weighing on…

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Tags: OIL, GAS, MARKET, DEMAND, PRICES, GAZPROM

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