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Turkmenistan and Qatar identify energy as main area of cooperation

Turkmenistan and Qatar will establish a joint working group on energy, which is designed to help build bilateral cooperation in the oil and gas industry. The agreement to this effect was reached yesterday at the talks in Doha between Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani and Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, who arrived in Qatar on his first official visit.

The priority areas of cooperation in the field of energy will be a mutual exchange of ideas and technologies in the gas industry, training of professionals for the industry, implementation of joint investment projects, development and equipping gas fields, transportation of natural gas to consumers, including the development of maritime shipments, as well as construction of gas processing plants and terminals.

According to a press release issued following the talks, cooperation will be also established in petrochemical industry and in mutual exchange of experiences in construction of oil refineries.

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