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Huge ambition, big spending

QATAR, the world’s largest producer and exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG), will see $185 billion worth of major projects until 2022 with significant investments in oil and gas, heavy industry, electricity generation and water desalination, social infrastructure and transportation links, says a report...

Qatar buys major stake in Shell

GAS-RICH Qatar is ploughing more of its commodity wealth back into the sector with the purchase of a...

Exxon on a firm footing in Qatar

EXXONMOBIL built a strong lead over its rivals in Qatar over the past decade, and still holds the...

Qatar Petroleum looking for international upstream assets

QATAR Petroleum International, the cash-rich overseas arm of state-owned Qatar Petroleum, is seeking...

Qatar set to refit 45 tankers to run on LNG, to cut costs

QATAR, the world’s biggest LNG producer is about to approve the overhaul of 45 of its largest...

Qatar pitching for stake in Yamal LNG and Novatek

QATAR Petroleum is interested in securing a stake in the Yamal LNG project in the Arctic as well as...

Hydrotreater deal signed for Laffan

QATARGAS has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with Samsung...

Centrica-QP tie-up opens new avenues

CENTRICA, the parent company of British Gas, together with Qatar Petroleum is celebrating the...

Qatar rides LNG demand

QATAR is poised for a sharp rise in the value and volume of its exports of the super-cooled fuel...

Qatar has world in its sights for energy projects

QATAR is scanning the globe for multibillion-dollar energy investments in hopes of diversifying its...

Dopet and Emerson launch new service facility in RLIC

DOPET (Doha Petroleum Construction Co Ltd), one of the largest contracting companies in Qatar and an...

Bohler filler metals find use in key industries

HIGH temperature resistant and hydrogen resisting CrMo(V) steels have been around for a very long...

Shell enters $6.4bn petchem deal

ROYAL Dutch Shell has signed a deal with Qatar Petroleum (QP) for the development of an estimated $6...

Launching Barzan JV

QATAR Petroleum (QP) and ExxonMobil have launched the Barzan Gas Project, at a cost of $10.3 billion...

Tapping financing sources carefully for Qatar firms

QATAR Petroleum’s finance director, Abdulrahman Al Shaibi, is the most powerful man in Qatar outside...

Looking to invest in rival Australia

QATAR is planning to tighten its grip on the liquefied natural gas supplies vital for Asian economic...

Oryx diversifies customer base

ORYX GTL, the world’s first commercial gas-to-liquids (GTL) project, continues to build and...

Moratorium to stay on North Field gas now

QATAR has no immediate plans to lift its moratorium on further development of its huge North Field...




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