Slow progress in talks on liquefied natural gas from Qatar

According to insider reports, negotiations on liquefied gas supplies from Qatar for Germany are going slowly. The main reason is that Qatar insists on long-term supply contracts spanning at least 20 years, people familiar with the talks told Reuters. The German negotiating partners have little interest in this, however, as Germany wants to become carbon-neutral as early as 2045.

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