Tuesday, 6th April 2021
Qatar Petroleum has signed an agreement with Shell to become a partner in two exploration blocks offshore Namibia, according to Qatar Petroleum’s press release.
Wednesday, 31st March 2021
Qatar Petroleum company announced that will be the sole owner of 100% of the Qatargas Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited (QG1) assets and facilities starting from January 2020 as Qatar petroleum will not renew the joint venture upon the expiry of its associated agreement.
Sunday, 28th February 2021
Qatar Petroleum Company has signed a new long-term Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) with Pakistan State Oil Company (PSO) to supply up to 3 million tons (mmt) of LNG to Pakistan.
Tuesday, 9th February 2021
Qatar Petroleum (QP) company announced that its has signed an agreement for developing the North Field East (NFE) project, which is the world’s largest liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Monday, 16th November 2020
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has finally completed the successful merger of Qatari Chemical and Petrochemical Marketing and Distribution Company, Muntajat, into its downstream capabilities.
Tuesday, 10th November 2020
Qatar Petroleum and Pavilion Energy have signed a strategic liquified natural gas (LNG) sale and purchase agreement (SPA) that will provide Singapore as much as 1.8 million tons per year (mt/y) starting from 2023.
Wednesday, 14th October 2020
State-run Qatar Petroleum (QP) has entered into a long-term agreement with the UK’s National Grid Grain LNG for liquified natural gas (LNG) and regasification capacity.
Thursday, 1st October 2020
Baker Hughes is set to supply Qatar Petroleum (QP) with multiple main refrigerant compressors (MRCs) for QP’s North Field East (NFE) project.
Wednesday, 19th August 2020
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has entered into a farm-in agreement with Angolan national oil company, Sonangol, and Total to acquire a 30% participating interest in Block 48, located in the ultra-deep waters offshore Angola.
Tuesday, 2nd June 2020
State-run Qatar Petroleum (QP) entered into three agreements to reserve LNG ship construction capacity in the Republic of Korea for QP's future LNG carrier fleet requirements, reaching in excess of $19 billion.