Qatar’s recent decision to withdraw its membership from the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) is a business decision that supports the country’s development strategy for its liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector
Qatar’s 43% increase in liquefied natural gas production to 110mn tonnes per year is planned to commence by 2024, said HE the Minister of Energy and Industry Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada.
A massive liquefied natural gas export project in Canada has been given the final go-ahead from project partners, LNG Canada said on Tuesday, making it the first major new LNG project ...
Qatar Petroleum has announced further increase in the capacity of Qatar’s LNG expansion project, by adding a fourth liquefaction train, to raise the country's liquefied natural gas capacity to 110mn tonnes per year.
Qatar Petroleum’s further increase in the capacity of Qatar’s LNG expansion project at the offshore North Field will significantly boost the local economy, said QP President & CEO Saad Sherida al-Kaabi.
Qatar’s decision to increase LNG output by 30% by 2024 will “increasingly drive Qatar’s next development phase” as the current multi-year wave of infrastructure spending begins to flatten out in terms of growth ...
Qatargas has announced a long-term sale and purchase agreement (SPA) with PetroChina International Company to supply China with around 3.4mn tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year.
Under the 22-year agreement, which ends in 2040, Qatargas will supply LNG from the Qatargas 2 project.
Chancellor Angela Merkel noted that Germany’s business relations with Qatar “are not a one-way street” as Qatar also offers opportunities to German companies.
Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada told Reuters that discussions were under way but it would be premature to talk about any specific investment terms.
Qatargas awarded the engineering, procurement, supply, construction, and commissioning of the new water recycling facility to Qatar Kentz in September 2015.
A higher up to 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) and the planned annual 100mn tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are slated to "tremendously" enhance the foreign flows into Qatar's banking system.