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Qatar Raises its game

Qatar has been supplying LNG to some of the newest importers including Egypt, Jordan and Pakistan, who are securing vast amounts via short term tenders as giant Qatar is becoming commercially sharper, using traders and tenders to grab new customers, and fighting to hold on to its share in the prized Asian market...

Saoge stays at the forefront of oil and gas shows in Saudi

The exhibition provides the perfect platform for companies to critically evaluate their commercial...

Cyberhawk achieves a first in Qatar oil sector

After a thorough assessment of Cyberhawk’s track record and extensive, proven case study history in...

A decade of impressive growth at Hi-Force

April 2016 marks the ten year anniversary of Group Managing Director Kevin Brown, returning to the...

Hi-Force announces Business Partner Award 2015 winners

Hi-Force, the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of hydraulic tools, offering bolting and...

Qatargas warns LNG supply forecasts may not be right

Qatargas sees global gas demand growth slowing to 2 per cent annually over the next five years as...

Qatar, PetroChina alter LNG deal

PetroChina requires more LNG in winter because its three import terminals are on the northern coast...

Total positioned for a stake in Qatar’s largest oilfield

The companies are expected to face stiff competition, including from majors already active in Qatar...

Qatargas, Shell and UASC sign MoU

The MoU envisages LNG supplies for this pioneering initiative to be made available from Qatargas 4...

Shell sees big potential for gas-to-liquids from Qatar

Shell GTL Fuel is part of the emerging paraffinic fuel market, offering a cleaner-burning...

QP committed to Al Shaheen

Qatar Petroleum (QP) recently announced that it has plans to provide "continuity of service to the...

Woqod Q1 net rises 3pc to $66.62m

The company is currently involved in implementation of more than 38 new projects under construction...

Maersk moves closer to keeping Qatar role

Maersk’s key competitors for Al-Shaheen all have assets in Qatar, so must be seen to at least...

India wins Qatari LNG concessions

The contract will retain its current level of oil indexation at 12.67 per cent, but the companies...




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