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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Qatar has paid .5 million to the law firm of a former attorney general under U. John Ashcroft personally will lead his Washington-based firm's efforts "to evaluate, verify and as necessary, strengthen the client's anti-money laundering and counterterrorism financing" compliance, according to documents filed to the U. 11 attacks and then helped push through the Patriot Act, appeared aimed at appeasing the Gulf nations now trying to isolate it. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, the host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and cut off land, sea and air routes to the tiny peninsular nation that relies on food imports.
Qatar also has hosted a leader of Hamas, the militant Islamic group ruling the Gaza Strip, as well as members of the Muslim Brotherhood, a Sunni Islamist group that Gulf nations consider a threat to their hereditary rule.
The Ashcroft Law Firm filed the paperwork with the Justice Department's National Security Division on Friday. The filed reports show Ashcroft's firm "may engage in outreach efforts to U. government officials and/or communicate with the media" regarding its findings."The firm understands the urgency of this matter and the need to communicate accurate information to both a broad constituency and certain domestic agencies and leaders," a contract between Qatar and Ashcroft's firm reads. firms to lobby American lawmakers is nothing new for the oil-and-gas-rich Gulf.
Qatar's gas wealth lies in its North Field, known as South Pars in Iran, with which it shares the vast deposit.
It is the biggest gas field in the world, holding some 1,800 trillion cubic feet of reserves.
In addition, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have halted all road, air and sea traffic to Qatar, given Qatari citizens 14 days to leave, and banned them from transiting their territory.
Qatar is the world's leading exporter of liquified natural gas, and its biggest customers include Japan, South Korea and India. A subsea pipeline, operated by Dolphin Energy, runs 364 kilometers (226 miles) from Ras Laffan in Qatar to Abu Dhabi in the UAE, and onwards to Oman.
Several Arab countries have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar in a dispute over regional security.In April, Qatar said it was starting a new development project there which would increase current production by 10%.The commodity wealth has allowed Qatar to become one of the world's richest economies.It carries about two billion cubic feet of gas per day, most of that going to meet about 30% of the UAE's energy needs.
The terms of the contract are confidential, but gas industry analysts say the UAE pays well below the current market price. Bush to audit its efforts at stopping terrorism funding, a matter at the heart of the Gulf diplomatic crisis that erupted last week. Qatar hiring Ashcroft, who was attorney general during the Sept. military base, and Ashcroft's firm did not immediately respond to a request for comment.