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Qatar Petroleum

P.O. Box 24200
Al Ahad street, west bay

Telephone : (+974) 4738000
Fax : (+974) 4738480
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Article archive for Qatar Petroleum;

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Exxon and Qatar Petroleum in talks to bring US gas to UK 21 May 2013

Britain could receive nearly 16 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas to supply its depleted domestic gas supply market if plans by ExxonMobil and Qatar Petroleum to build a LNG export plant in the US go through. Reuters says the deal would see 15.6 million tonnes of LNG per year shipped from the proposed Golden Pass plant in Texas to the South Hook terminal in Wales....

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Qatar Petroleum to reduce gas flaring 21 December 2012

Qatar Petroleum (QP) and the World Bank-led Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) partnership have agreed to continue working towards reducing the flaring of gas associated with oil and gas production. Representatives from QP and the World Bank signed an agreement in Doha in December, committing Qatar to participation in phase 4 of the GGFR partnership for the next two years....

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QPD first flows off Qatar 23 May 2011

Cosmo Oil, Japan's fourth-biggest oil refiner, and partner Sojitz Corp has kicked off production at A-Structure South Field offshore in the Middle East region of Qatar....

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Building the world’s largest gas to liquids plant 17 February 2009

The drive is on to make tomorrow's transport fuels and lubricants on a large scale from clean-burning natural gas. Construction of the world's largest gas to liquids (GTL) plant, Pearl GTL in Qatar, is a major step towards meeting the world’s growing demand for cleaner energy. ...