Qatar | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 20

Iran to Outstrip Qatar in Natural Gas Production by 2018

Iran says it will overtake Qatar in production of natural gas from a major field shared between the two countries within the next three years.

Qatar 40,000-Tonne Fuel Oil Cargoes

Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company, or Tasweeq, has offered an unusually large volume of straight-run fuel oil due to maintenance at its refinery, tender documents showed.

Qatari Drilling Outfit Makes Record Profits

Qatar’s Gulf International Services (GIS) on Tuesday reported a 108.4% increase in net profit last year after strong growth in the company’s drilling sector and a one-off non-cash accounting adjustment.

Kurd Oil Boosting Supply at Low Prices

Oil producers in Iraqi Kurdistan are unrelenting in their goal to boost output even after the collapse in international prices to below $50 a barrel.

Qatar promises 5 free LNG cargoes to Egypt

Qatar promised Egypt five free shipments of LNG this summer after a meeting of representatives from the two countries' governments in Doha, giving cash-strapped Egypt a reprieve from worsening energy shortages.

Price disagreement holds up Egypt gas deal with Qatar

A disagreement over pricing is delaying a gas swap deal between Egypt and Qatar intended to ease domestic energy shortages that have exacerbated the North African country's broader economic problems, people close to ...

Qatar buys “major” stake in oil giant Shell

Gas-rich Qatar is ploughing more of its commodity wealth back into the sector with the purchase of a major stake in Royal Dutch Shell, while also reportedly eyeing a chunk of Italian oil major ENI.

Fugro bags Pearl GTL maintenance work

Dutch company Fugro has been awarded a five year maitenance contract by supermajor Shell for the Pearl gas-to-liquids facility in Ras Laffan, Qatar.

Jordan mulls Qatari gas supply to mediate Egyptian disruption

Jordan and Qatar have named a joint committee to study ways to import liquefied natural gas from the Gulf Arab state to replace Egyptian supplies disrupted by pipeline bombings.

Russia, Qatar Face Pressure to Scrap Gas Link to Oil Prices as Crude Jumps

Russia and Qatar are under growing pressure from Europe's biggest utilities to scrap a 40-year-old system that links natural-gas prices to oil after Brent crude's 23 percent surge this year.

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