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  • US Qatar Business Council – The U.S. – Qatar Business Council was established in 1996
    at the contact link on the left Latest News on Qatar Latest news from Yahoo News Russia Qatar to mull natural gas cartel AP via Yahoo News Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared to find quick success on a historic Mideast tour that saw the leader of energy rich Russia forging oil diplomacy in Saudi Arabia and backing a natural gas cartel Monday with neighboring Qatar Putin strengthens energy ties in Qatar Saudi AFP via Yahoo News Russian President Vladimir Putin s regional tour took him to gas rich Qatar where he mooted the idea of a gas version of oil cartel OPEC after having offered Saudi Arabia help to develop atomic energy Russia Qatar to mull natural gas cartel AP via Yahoo News Leaders of natural gas rich Russia and Qatar said Monday they would explore the creation of a natural gas cartel to represent the interests of producer countries to influence the global market Russia Qatar Discuss Natural Gas Cartel CBS News Russia and Qatar two of the worlds leading exporters of natural gas are holding top level talks to discuss the formation of an international cartel similar to OPEC to wield some control over the market price of the valuable resource Russia Qatar to Mull Natural Gas Cartel KiplingerForecasts com Leaders of natural gas rich Russia and Qatar announced Monday they would explore the creation of a natural gas cartel to represent the interests of producer countries to influence the global market Russia Qatar to Mull Natural Gas Cartel IWon Money RIYADH Saudi Arabia AP â Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared to find quick success on a historic Mideast tour that saw the leader of energy rich Russia forging oil diplomacy in Saudi Arabia and backing a natural gas cartel Monday with neighboring Qatar Russia Qatar Say Will

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  • Contact Us – US Qatar Business Council
    Resources Search for Join Our Email List Contact Info US Qatar Business Council 1341 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 4A Washington DC 20036 PH 202 457 8555 FAX 202 457 1919 Your Name required Your Email required Subject Your Message Contact Us US Qatar Business Council 1341 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 4A Washington DC 20036 Tel 202 457 8555 Fax 202 457 1919 General Inquiries email protected Recent Posts The Council

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  • Journal – US Qatar Business Council
    Receive Acclaim Qatar s GDP Grows Al Jazeera Makes Changes to Board 2003 December 2003 February 2003 Council Activities New U S Visa Regulations Create Problems for Qataris State Department Issues Warnings Qatar s Gas Plans Qatar s Excellent Economic Prospects War in Iraq The Oil Weapon January 2003 Doha Hosts GCC Summit Amid War Build Up US Announces Middle East Partnership Initiative MEED Conf on Business Opportunities in Qatar Qatar is Booming Qatar Aims to be Top Produces of Green Fulels 2002 Special Report December 17 2002 Qatar and U S Sign Agreement for Use of Al Udeid Air Base Issue XXXIII December 6 2002 Eid Mubarak Vanity Fair Profiles Qatar Problems for Qatar to Kuwait Pipelines Qatar and Iran Gas Deals Private Aluminum Smelter Project Planned Asia Concerned about Reliance on Middle East Supplies Issue XXXII October 23 2002 Qatar Comes Under Criticism from Neighbors Qatari Foreign Minister Talks to Al Jazeera OPEC and Consumers Meet in Japan Russia vs OPEC 2001 Issue XVIII October 16 2001 Issue XVII September 13 2001 Qatar Expresses Condolences After Attacks Issue XVI August 13 2001 Qatar Gets New U S Ambassador Issue XV July 18 2001 The July OPEC Meeting Issue XIV June 20 2001 Qatar Minister of Energy Visits Washington Issue XIII May 15 2001 Qatar s Foreign and Interior Ministers Visit Washington Issue XII April 24 2001 Qatar Gets Vote of Confident from Key Credit Risk Agency Qatar Prepares for WTO Meeting Cornell University Comes to Qatar Issue XI March 29 2001 Hawar Island Decision Qatar s Natural Gas Potential Issue X March 9 2001 State Department Human Rights Report on Qatar LNG Shipments from Middle East Rise in 2000 Issue IX February 23 2001 OPEC s March 16 Meeting Qatar and UAE Sign Agreement Qatar and Kuwait Near

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  • Links – US Qatar Business Council
    Info Magazine General Information Covers history geography the Ruling Family currency political system culture and more Qatar Info Magazine Practical Information Includes information on visas health care employment telecommunication how to behave and more Qatar Info Magazine What to Do in Qatar Dining watersports museums health clubs shopping and more Oil Gas Petrochemicals U S Department of Energy s Country Report The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas News and Media

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  • Members – US Qatar Business Council
    Mobil Corporation Occidental Petroleum Corporation Qatar Airways Qatar Petroleum ConocoPhillips Al Jazeera Participating Members Air Products and Chemicals Alea Trading LLC Al Fardan Group AmidEast Anadarko Petroleum C O Resources The Carlyle Group Capital Investment Management Corporation Citigroup Private Bank Doha Bank ECSI International Energy City Qatar Embry Riddle Aeronautical University EMEA Enterprise Solutions Euclid Financial Group Inc Fluor Corporation The Group ING Clarion Ionian Management Inc Jefferson Waterman International

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  • PEOPLE @ USQBC – US Qatar Business Council
    Search for Join Our Email List Contact Info US Qatar Business Council 1341 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 4A Washington DC 20036 PH 202 457 8555 FAX 202 457 1919 Your Name required Your Email required Subject Your Message PEOPLE USQBC Staff Ambassador Patrick N Theros Ret President and Executive Director Bio Elie Haddad Managing Director Qatar Contact Eric Eliades Program Manager Contact Executive Board Members coming soon Recent Posts The

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  • QATAR INFO – US Qatar Business Council
    economy stagnated under the unimaginative rule of the then Emir Shaikh Khalifah who had ruled the country since overthrowing his uncle in1972 Shaikh Khalifah himself was finally deposed in favor of his son by an internal Al Thani family council in June 1995 The new Emir Shaikh Hamad bin Khalifah Al Thani quickly inaugurated a far reaching and extremely progressive program to modernize Qatar politically socially and economically The modernization program includes the complete reorganization of the educational system creation of a democratically elected municipal council with universal suffrage development of Qatar s natural gas resources the establishment of a free press and the drafting of Qatar s first Constitution In foreign affairs the Government of Qatar has become the first country in the region to resolve all its border disputes with its neighbors including Bahrain Saudi Arabia the UAE and Iran and has developed an extremely close strategic relationship with the United States Today the development of Qatar s oil and natural gas revenues enable it s citizens to enjoy perhaps the highest per capita income in the world Investment in Qatari infrastructure and industry has reached a fever pitch Qatar has become a major overseas investor as well Today Qatar is the best example of a country that can punch well above its weight Population 793 341 July 2002 est Age structure 0 14 years 25 2 male 102 110 female 98 053 15 64 years 72 1 male 403 508 female 168 428 65 years and over 2 7 male 15 299 female 5 943 2002 est Languages Arabic official English commonly used as a second language Literacy definition age 15 and over can read and write total population 79 male 79 female 80 1995 est Economy overview Oil accounts for more than 30 of GDP roughly

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  • USQBC INVESTMENT MISSION TO QATAR – US Qatar Business Council
    2006 Description Investment Mission to Qatar April 2006 The USQBC plans to recruit 20 30 American companies qualified for and interested in investing in Qatar as an offshore platform for export of goods and services to the Indian Ocean and East Asian regions Despite enjoying perhaps the highest per capita income in the world Qatar depends almost entirely on exploitation of gas and oil resources The Government of Qatar wishes to diversify its economy by attracting small to medium size American firms who could invest in non hydrocarbon sectors Hydrocarbon sector investment is NOT discouraged but it is not the primary target This Mission is designed for companies who are seeking export potential in the Indian Ocean Basin the Middle East and South East Asia who would benefit from Qatar s geographic location liberal investment regime and cheap energy costs Qatar also enjoys relatively cheap access to skilled and semi skilled labor from the region Furthermore Qatar offers a stable political environment a good family environment including the branch campuses of several US universities a safe security environment and a very pro American atmosphere Socially Qatar has made tremendous progress in the last decade A municipal council is freely elected with universal suffrage for all Qatari citizens above the age of 18 The question of women s rights and opportunities is not an issue in Qatar Following WTO accession Qatar has worked vigorously to ensure transparency in business and the rule of law to all sectors Participant Companies will pay local expenses in the United States a registration fee and discounted transportation costs USQBC and MEC will coordinate to secure discounted travel and accommodations in Qatar The Council and MEC will coordinate publicity for the Mission prior to arrival organize meetings on a group or individual basis and ensure high

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