Special Features
Downstream focus for QP

QATAR, the world’s biggest liquid natural gas (LNG) exporter, plans to grow its downstream sector with investments over $13 billion.“Qatar Petroleum has embarked on an ambitious plan to further develop Qatar’s downstream sector, consolidating its position as a major player in the industry. Our long term hydrocarbon development strategy is opening new opportunities for further downstream development, which includes raising Qatar’s petrochemical output to 23 million tonnes per year (mtpy) by 2020...

O&G ‘foundation’ of Qatar development

THE oil and gas (O&G) industry is the “foundation and primary pillar” of Qatar’s economic and...

Qatar’s 2013 LNG exports to Argentina top $1 billion

A RGENTINA’S LNG imports from Qatar reached an all-time high worth $1 billion in 2013 and is set to...

Qatar has lowest break-even oil price in region: Moody’s

QATAR, which enjoys the “highest” sovereign ratings in the Middle East and “sound” external position...

Gas dominance faces challenge

QATAR faces diminished market share and the possibility of lower prices just as the country embarks...

QP launches new giant refinery

QATAR Petroleum has announced the launch of its giant Laffan Refinery 2 project which on completion...

Qatar sweetens gas sales pitch

QATAR is sweetening its gas sales pitch to lock-in long-term Asian buyers before a wave of new...

New firms to exhibit

THE Saudi Arabia International Oil & Gas Exhibition (Saoge) regularly sees great demand from...

Qatar offers help on Iran’s gasfield

QATAR wants to help Iran to develop its share of the world’s biggest gas field so both countries can...

GDI plans expansion

HAVING captured a substantial chunk of the onshore market in Qatar, Gulf Drilling International (GDI...

Qatar offers help on Iran’s gasfield

QATAR wants to help Iran to develop its share of the world’s biggest gas field so both countries can...




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