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Qatar leaving Opec to have little impact on tanker market

Qatar leaving its 57-year membership of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will not have much effect on the oil supply or the tanker market because it is a marginal producer. The emirate would like to focus its efforts on gas production instead

Qatar is focusing efforts on increasing gas production
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