According to Reuters, Qatar has announced that it is quitting OPEC as of January 2019, but will still be attending the group’s meeting this week.
Qatargas’ jetty boil-off gas (JBOG) recovery facility has been awarded a Qatar Sustainability Award during the Qatar Sustainability Week 2018.
According to Reuters, the Chief Financial Officer of Total has stated that the company will be disappointed if it misses out on Qatar’s planned LNG expansion.
Fugro will support Qatargas’ LNG operations after being awarded a five year inspection services contract.
According to Reuters, Petronet LNG – India’s largest LNG importer – has stated that its talks to invest in Qatar’s exploration and production sector have slowed down.
The President and CEO of Qatar Petroleum, Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, recently visited Japan, holding talks with various senior executives of major Japanese companies on improving relations and cooperation within in the energy sector.
Qatar Petroleum has announced that it has decided to increase the capacity of Qatar’s LNG expansion project, which was originally announced last year.