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Algeria's gas exports to fall sharply in 2025: Minister
Published in Ahram Online on 10 - 08 - 2020

Algeria's gas exports will drop to 26 billion cubic metres per year in 2025 from 45 billion in 2020, energy minister Abdelmadjid Attar told Ennahar TV.
“Exports in the period 2025-2030 will be between 26 to 30 billion cubic metre per year,” Attar told Ennahar.
The decline is mainly due to stagnant output, a rise in domestic consumption, and insufficient investment.
Algeria's gas exports peaked in 2005 at 64 billion cubic metres.
It exported 51.4 billion cubic metres in 2018.
Algeria derives 95% of its foreign revenue from oil and gas sales.


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