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UAE's minister of energy, Suhail Mohammed Faraj Al Mazroui, on 2050 strategy earlier: "Some countries were puzzled - why would an oil producing country subsidise this new form of energy? I think this gathering has showed us we bet on the right horse." #ADSW2018#WFES
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Selecting a term
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