Special Features
Spending increase

THE world’s largest exporter of natural gas, Qatar will see ambitious megaprojects surge ahead, with $120 billion worth of projects to be undertaken until 2020. Much of the government spending on megaprojects will be funded by revenues from oil and gas exports, which last year accounted for 70 per cent of state revenues...

The changing face of Hydratight

AS A world leading engineering company, Hydratight provides a range of specialist products and...

DXN for hazardous areas

MARECHAL Electric, a major stakeholder in industrial electrical connections adapted to suit all...

Yamal plans shelved

QATAR Petroleum International, part of state-owned Qatar Petroleum, has shelved a proposal to invest...

Qatar holds talks with Conoco as gas strategy evolves

QATAR has held talks with ConocoPhillips on ways to enhance business activities between its national...

Largest GTL plant costs over $19bn

THE Pearl gas-to-liquid (GTL) plant in Qatar is the world’s largest and built at a cost of $19...

Qatar wants to stay leader; spending on overseas LNG

QP AIMS to maintain its lead in the global LNG business. In addition to its local ability to export...

Oryx GTL is changing the global energy paradigm

ORYX GTL is a world-class gas converter which, having pioneered commercial-scale gas-to-liquids (GTL...

New technology to save oil and gas maintenance costs

IF OIL and gas wells, x-mass trees are the most valuable assets of oil and gas production facilities...




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