Russia's Gazprom says may raise 2017 gas output forecast
MOSCOW (Reuters) -- Russian gas giant Gazprom said on Friday it may increase its gas production forecast due to robust demand.
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Initial production plans for this year envisaged output of 430 Bcm of gas.
Vitaly Markelov, Gazprom's deputy chief executive officer, also said there have been no talks with Novatek on jointly developing the Tambey group of gasfields in the Yamal region.
Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin; Editing by Andrew Osborn
At CERAWeek by IHS Markit, held in Houston in March, IEA Director Fatih Birol said that the world would soon see a major second wave of shale gas production from the US in response to higher energy prices and growing demand from India and China.
Mozambique and Tanzania hold an estimated 180 Tft3 and 57 Tft3 of proven natural gas reserves, respectively.
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