07 November 2011 14:44 [Source: ICIS news]
BUENOS AIRES (ICIS)--The world has 59 years of proven natural gas reserves, more than half of which is concentrated in ?xml:namespace>
Natural gas ranks third in the world as a source of energy behind coal and crude oil, Brandt said during a presentation at the 31st Latin American Petrochemical Association (APLA) annual meeting in
Natural gas now meets 24% of the world’s energy needs, he added.
Latin America has nearly 37 years of proven natural gas supplies, with
Trinidad & Tobago is the country most dependent on natural gas, while
In 2010, natural gas met less than 10% of the energy needs of
Natural gas is a key energy source for the petrochemical industry, as well as a source of various feedstocks.
The 2011 APLA conference ends on Tuesday.
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