Dubai — Saudi Arabia is unlikely to start exporting gas despite plans to invest $110 billion to develop its biggest unconventional gas field, although the asset could help wean the kingdom off burning crude for power generation, according to analysts. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Saudi energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman has previously said the kingdom will be able to become a gas exporter in the near future, and over the weekend plans were announced to develop the Jafurah field, which is estimated to hold 200 trillion cubic feet of gas. State-owned company Aramco, whose gas reserves stood at 233.8 Tcf at the end of 2018, said it plans to start production from Jafurah in 2024 and reach 2.2 Bcf/d of sales gas by 2036. In addition, the field, located in the oil-rich eastern province, is expected to produce some 425 […]