Qatar’s RasGas expects its train 7 liquefied natural gas production facility to come alive in early February, a company executive said on Tuesday.

 

“Starting from today we began the installment stage, and we expect the production to kick off by early February” said the company’s expanding operation manager, Jeff Jones.

 

The station will be producing 7.8 million tones per year, in the meantime the 6th station is working with its full power, he added.

It’s worth mention that Rasgas is 70 percent owned by Qatar Petroleum and 30 percent by US oil and gas giant Exxon Mobil.