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  • QATAR is close to finalising a substantial liquefied natural gas export deal with Total, the French oil major

  • Qatar plans to invest $25bn on expanding liquefied natural gas capacity in pursuit of its ambition to become the worlds largest exporter, quadrupling export capacity to 63.56m tonnes a year by 2010. Confirmation of Qatars audacious plan comes after news that it is involved in three giant projects ...

  • Novus Petroleum, a US independent, has plugged and abandoned the PQ-5 exploration well on the Najwat Najem North prospect in Qatar. The well was drilled to test a separate structure, north of the existing Najwat Najem discovery, where development work is now set to continue. Although oil was found d...

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  • ExxonMobil is discussing a huge liquefied natural gas project with Qatar which could result in a fleet of giant newbuildings to ship LNG to the US. The 15m tonnes a year project would be twice the size of the Qatar-ConocoPhillips LNG venture unveiled earlier this week which will require 10-12 LNG ca...

  • Shell is expected to sign a $4bn gas-to-liquids project with Qatar, which has ambitions to become the GTL capital of the world, .next week Shell and state oil firm Qatar Petroleum would seal the deal on Monday. The project will be designed to produce around 137,000 bpd of environmentally friendly fu...

  • US independent Anadarko Petroleum has acquired BP's interests in blocks 12 and 13 offshore Qatar, where its plans to increase investment from USD 80m to USD102m. Anadarko is now operator of the blocks and plans to install a permanent steel platform on the Al Rayyan field in block 12 early in 2003. T...

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  • Qatar and ConocoPhillips have confirmed a $5bn agreement that will send liquefied natural gas to the US by the end of the decade. A ConocoPhillips spokeswoman said the cost of the tentative agreement included around 12 LNG tankers and an LNG terminal built by Qatar and ConocoPhillips that will suppl...

  • Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil have signed a heads of agreement for the largest US liquefied natural gas import project in a deal which could require more than 20 giant LNG carriers. The 25-year agreement covers the development of two large LNG trains with combined capacity of 15.6m tons a year by R...

  • ExxonMobil has signed a contract with Qatar Petroleum to develop two liquefied natural gas trains in Qatar to supply UK gas markets for 25 years from 2006. Under the agreement, ExxonMobil will have a 30% stake in the venture and Qatar Petroleum will have a 70% working interest. The project will deve...

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  • A Liquefied natural gas project worth $5bn and requiring up to 12 giant newbuildings has been unveiled by Qatar Petroleum and ConocoPhillips, the US energy group. The 25-year project, which will use ships of 200,000 cu m-220,000 cu m, will supply 1bn cu ft of gas a day to the US market. The project ...

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