We know that natural gas is one of the most in-demand fuel across the globe, but in the general piped form, it is impossible to carry it with convenience. That is why for a long time, rural areas have been cut off from utilizing it in the most optimum way. Well, we have liquefied petroleum gas that solves this problem. Gone are the days when people toiled over cooking on open fires or burning wood or coal. Nowadays, all one needs is an LPG connection.
Qatar, which is the world’s largest Liquefied Natural Gas exporter, has recently finished the process of commissioning the largest carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery and sequestration facility in Middle East and North Africa, with Ras Laffan, an industrial hub in Qatar, being chosen as the facility location. The planned CO2 capacity is 2.1 million tons per year. The nation plans to use CO2 for enhanced oil recovery (EOR).
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