Abdel Irada: After 13. ...Qc7, it seems to me White has a slight edge that his subsequent moves fail to preserve.
The culprit may be 14. Bg5, which doesn't seem to have any "bite." Perhaps White should consider 14. a4 (although this really doesn't do much to stop Black's queenside counterplay) or the prophylactic 14. Re1, since it is only by finding counterplay in the center as well as on the queenside that Black can fully equalize.
Earlier, there is also a question as to the logic behind the retreat 8. Qc2, inviting the bishop maneuver ...Bg4-h5-g6 or, as happened in the game, ...Bg4 followed by ...g6 with the idea ...Bf5. White prevents this with his own knight maneuver Ne2-g3, but since that is not the most natural square for the knight, perhaps White should consider a different retreat, such as 8. Qh4!?, although this becomes quite sharp after ...e6 and ...Be7.
Since White has already lost time with his queen in the opening, it's probably vain to expect a large advantage. But perhaps something better than the text can be found.