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Europe’s Gas Crisis Elevates Algeria

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  • Russia’s energy war with Europe is creating extraordinary opportunities for Algeria — and its gas resources — after years of political and economic uncertainty.
  • Its newfound importance is evident from the queue of leaders visiting Algiers, notably including French President Emmanuel Macron last month.
  • Red-hot European gas demand has invigorated investor interest, even if doubts persist about how much additional gas Algeria can supply in the short term.

The Issue

Gas Processing and Gathering, Gas Supply, Gas Demand, Resource Access, Policy and Regulation, Fiscal Terms
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