Qatar Petroleum (QP) has signed up to supply Kuwait with 3 million tonnes per year of LNG for 15 years, under an agreement with Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC).
Qatar Petroleum (QP) intends to produce 126 million tonnes per year of LNG by 2027, from its current level of 77mn tpy.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has signed up for the full capacity of the Zeebrugge LNG terminal, under an agreement with Fluxys Belgium, signed on September 2.
Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. will help gas-rich Qatar build the Middle East’s largest plant for production of ethylene, a key ingredient in plastics.
Qatar Petroleum will become a 30% equity holder in two ExxonMobil affiliates which hold shale assets onshore Argentina.
Total and Qatar Petroleum are to take over operatorship of the Al-Shaheen oil field for a period of 25 years from Friday this week.
Qatar Petroleum has announced plans to double the size of a new LNG project in the North Field.
Qatar Petroleum has signed an agreement with Chiyoda Corporation in an effort to boost the production capacity of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains.
ExxonMobil and Qatar Petroleum have signed a contract with Cyprus to explore a block in the Mediterranean Sea.
Qatar Petroleum is the hidden giant of the global energy industry, overshadowed by its neighbor Saudi Aramco. Yet, the country’s colossal natural gas resources allow the state-run company to pump more oil and gas than Rosneft PJSC or Exxon Mobil Corp.
Centrica and Qatar Petroleum are planning to sell out of their natural gas venture in Canada amid declining prices, according to sources.
Air Energi has secured a deal to supply contract personnel to Qatar Petroleum. The five-year deal, which includes a two-year extension option, will see the company support the national oil company’s offshore redevelopment project at the Bull Hanine oil field. Air Energi will help source candidates from across a number of disciplines including engineering, construction and health, safety and environment and quality.
Qatar Petroleum plans to expand overseas after a restructuring that included the takeover of its foreign investment arm and the firing of some foreign workers. “We are very ambitious internationally,” Saad Sherida al- Kaabi, chief executive officer at the world’s biggest producer of liquefied natural gas, told reporters Tuesday in Qatar’s capital, Doha. “We are focusing on the upstream business,” he said, declining to provide details.