PetroChina Ltd is in advanced discussions with Qatar to purchase LNG under short- and long-term agreements.
In April 2017, Qatar lifted the North Field natural gas production moratorium that had been in place since 2005.
Qatar Petroleum have announced that it is moving forward to increase Qatar’s LNG output from 77 to 100 million tpy.
The European Commission is investigating Qatar Petroleum over potentially restrictive supply agreements.
The latest ‘Global LNG Market Analysis & Outlook 2018 – 2022’ has been released by ResearchAndMarkets.com.
ICIS has launched a new forecasting tool that helps monitor LNG supply and its influence on global energy markets.
Qatar Petroleum will push ahead with its production expansion and foreign asset acquisition strategy to be on par with oil majors, despite a regional political and economic embargo on Doha.
Over US$9.9 billion in capital expenditure will be spent by Qatar-focused operators on gas projects between 2018 and 2021.