Doha

  • Ocean LNG to Supply CELSE

    Ocean LNG to Supply CELSE

    Monday, 14th November 2016
    Ocean LNG has signed a long-term deal of sale and purchase agreement (SPA) to provide Brazil-based CELSE-Centrais Elétricas de Sergipe, with liquefied natural gas (LNG) from 2020.
  • QP, ExxonMobil Formed Ocean LNG

    QP, ExxonMobil Formed Ocean LNG

    Monday, 31st October 2016
    Qatar Petroleum (QP) announced the establishment of Ocean LNG Limited, which is a joint venture (JV) with ExxonMobil. The newly established company's core business will be marketing future LNG supply portfolio sourced outside of Qatar.
  • Russian Oil Output Hits Record, Oil Freeze in Doubt

    Russian Oil Output Hits Record, Oil Freeze in Doubt

    Tuesday, 5th April 2016
    Russia’s oil output set a post-Soviet high in March as the success of a proposed crude production freeze between OPEC members and other major producers appeared to be in doubt.
  • Russian Rosneft Set to Lower Oil Output

    Russian Rosneft Set to Lower Oil Output

    Thursday, 31st March 2016
    Russian Rosneft is set to lower oil output, Natural Resources Minister, Sergei Donskoi said, ahead of a meeting of leading global oil producers in Doha on April 17th to discuss an output freeze to support weak oil prices.
  • Qatar Summit Places Emphasis on Solar Power

    Qatar Summit Places Emphasis on Solar Power

    Sunday, 1st November 2015
    The future of the power sector and plans to promote renewable energy resources in Qatar were discussed at length across two days at the recently concluded Power Qatar Summit 2015 in Doha
  • Qatar to Showcase Solar Transformation at Doha Energy Summit

    Qatar to Showcase Solar Transformation at Doha Energy Summit

    Tuesday, 13th October 2015
    Doha will play host to the Power Qatar Summit on October 26 and 27, bringing together senior decision makers within the government, regional and global leaders from the public and private sectors
  • Gulf Headed for Future of Gas Imports

    Gulf Headed for Future of Gas Imports

    Monday, 19th January 2015
    A near doubling of gas demand in the Middle East and North Africa by 2035 could eat into exports and turn some countries in the region into net importers, the secretary general of the Doha-based Gas Exporting Countries Forum said yesterday.