(The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Liquefied petroleum gas could be a game changer for Lebanon's environment and economy, say industry leaders, who congregated in Beirut this week for the Middle East LPG Regional Summit. At the Four Seasons Hotel Thursday, experts from around the world, including Houston, Paris and Sao Paulo discussed the future of energy in Lebanon and the region, in which LPG plays a much more significant role, particularly as the country looks to diversify its energy mix and address power cuts. The CEO, Mahmoud Sidani, chairman of Unigaz Group, said he's now hoping to expand further in Lebanon, as he sees a growing demand for cleaner energy.Annual consumption of LPG in Lebanon currently stands at 280,000 tons per year. According to the WLPGA, in the last 10 years, global LPG consumption has increased by 32 percent.
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