Nakilat has bought the outstanding 49.9% stake in a joint venture it had with International Seaways for $123 million in cash.
Gulf Marine Services (GMS) has made progress in shoring up its future but much rests on its negotiations with lenders.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) and Shell have agreed to a joint venture focused on global LNG bunkering. The company’s respective Wave LNG Solutions and Shell Gas & Power Developments are backing the new plan.
Qatar Petroleum has agreed a deal with Total to buy stakes in two blocks offshore Guyana.
Aberdeen University has announced plans to “export its expertise in teaching and research” by creating a new £100 million campus in the Middle East.
Qatar Petroleum is buying stakes in three offshore oil blocks in Mexico from Eni SpA, as the Arab country signs another global expansion deal after leaving OPEC.
Qatar’s “surprise” decision to withdraw from OPEC raises questions about the loyalty of the cartel’s remaining members, analysts said.
The tiny, energy-rich Arab nation of Qatar has announced it will withdraw from Opec.
Oil was jolted higher by efforts across the globe to support prices as Saudi Arabia and Russia extended their pact to manage the market and Canada’s largest producing province ordered unprecedented output curbs. Prices retreated slightly after Qatar said it was leaving OPEC.
Australia is on track to match Qatar as the world’s biggest liquefied natural gas exporter next year. The boost to the budget bottom line? Virtually nil.
Russian oil company Rosneft has announced it has opened a new centre for research and development in Qatar.
Qatar's emir has warned against any military confrontation over the diplomatic dispute between his country and four other Arab nations, saying it would only plunge the region into chaos.
Qatar has restored full diplomatic relations with Iran, defying the demands of Arab nations now trying to isolate the energy-rich country to downgrade its ties.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has secured a commitment from Qatar to intensify its counter-terrorism efforts as he looks to end the squabbling among key Middle Eastern allies.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is visiting Qatar on a mission to break the deadlock between the tiny, energy-rich Gulf nation and four Arab neighbours.
US secretary of state Rex Tillerson has departed for Qatar as he tries to mediate a dispute between the energy-rich country and a quartet of Arab nations.
Four Arab countries isolating Qatar have vowed to take additional steps against the Gulf state after it refused to accept their demands over allegations that it supports extremist ideology.
Foreign ministers from four Arab nations that have sought to isolate Qatar over its alleged support for extremist groups are holding talks in Cairo.
A quartet of Arab nations have received Qatar’s response to their demands for ending a diplomatic crisis gripping the Persian Gulf, just before a planned meeting in Cairo.
Arab nations have extended a deadline for Qatar to respond to their list of demands in a diplomatic crisis rocking the Gulf, saying Kuwait’s emir requested the delay in his effort to mediate in the dispute.
Liquid gas supplies to the UK will not be affected by the Qatar crisis, the minister for energy and industry has said.
The Arab countries isolating Qatar do not seek to force out the country’s leadership but are willing to cut ties if it does not agree to their demands, a top United Arab Emirates official has said.
Qatar has said it is “very comfortable” and can survive the economic and diplomatic steps its neighbours have taken to pressure it “forever”.
Turkey has rejected a key demand by several Arab states involved in a major dispute with Qatar, saying Ankara has no plans to shut down its military base in the small Gulf country.
Boris Johnson has urged four Gulf and Arab countries to ease their blockade on Qatar over its alleged support for extremist groups and close ties to Iran.