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IGU: gas the key to growing energy, climate needs

The global gas industry is meeting in Buenos Aires to discuss its strategy to deal with climate change and expectations for rising consumption

Argentina's presidency of the International Gas Union (IGU) reaches a climax this week in Buenos Aires, as executives from the global energy sector meet to discuss the gas industry's strategy in the face of persistent worries about climate change and expectations for rising consumption. The list of high-level speakers scheduled to address the World Gas Conference (WGC) this week includes energy ministers from Algeria, Argentina and the UK, as well as the bosses of BP, Repsol, Total, Qatargas, Gazprom and National Iranian Gas Company. A series of new reports, prepared under Argentina's presidency of the IGU, will also be published, covering 11 segments of the global gas industry, from LNG t

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