Qatar

March 20, 2001

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Qatar will start exploration of the Fasht al-Dibel natural gas fields, following the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling granting it sovereignty over the islands instead of Bahrein, Qatar's en

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The ink is not yet dry on the judges ruling, and Bahrain has already inviting has invited international oil companies to drill for oil in the Hawar islands.

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The Doha conference provided a springboard for Qatar’s natural gas industry to launch itself in two fresh directions: as the future supplier for the first planned intra-Gulf gas pipeline network (Dolp

March 19, 2001

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Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz announced Sunday that Saudi Arabia was about to sign an agreement on its border with Qatar, a topi

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Bahrain's emir Sheikh Hamad al-Khalifa will visit Qatar on Tuesday, just four days after the neighboring Gulf states settled a 60-year-old territorial

March 18, 2001

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Qatar’s General Electricity & Water Corporation launched Saturday a website on the Internet, offering a host of services and information to the consum

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Gulf states of Qatar and Oman are set to expand cooperation in the fields of telecommunications and postal services.

March 17, 2001

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Both Gulf states of Bahrain and Qatar declared victory Friday after the world court divided up the spoils in a long-standing territorial dispute over

March 16, 2001

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UNESCO’s Doha office has called for urgent action towards the development of an 'oil spill combat plan' for the Gulf.

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By Nigel Thorpe Senior English Editor  Albawaba.com -- Amman  The final judgement in the case of Qatar versus Bahrain, the

March 15, 2001

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The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Friday attributed the Zubara strip to Qatar and the Hawar islands to Bahrain in its ruling on a territoria

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Qatar and the U.A.E. signed on March 14th a long-awaited deal worth $3.5 billion to transport Qatari natural gas to Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

March 14, 2001

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Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed in Doha on Wednesday an agreement worth 3.5 billion US dollars for carrying Qatari gas to the UAE.

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The growth in demand for the clean fuel – natural gas in the Middle East is projected to increase 3.3 percent annually.

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Qatar will issue soon a law that bans the use of mobile phones while driving.