Algeria and Spain weigh up alternatives as GME gas pipeline via Morocco shuts


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Issue 449 - 05 Nov 2021 - By Jon Marks | 8 minute read

In a widely expected development, given their plunging bilateral relations, Algeria has withdrawn Sonatrach’s exports via the GME pipeline, which delivers natural gas to Morocco and Spain – posing a range of geopolitical and energy supply questions, write Dominic Dudley and Jon Marks.

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