Hydrocarbon resource-rich Qatar is well set to make a huge positive impact on global initiatives that seek alternatives to polluting and carbon-intensive fuels.
Qatar’s recent decision to scale up its liquefied natural gas (LNG) production capacity to 126mn tonnes per year (tpy) by 2027 is among the major strides the country’s energy sector made in 2019.
Qatargas’ liquefied natural gas (LNG) production is on target achieving the “best in class” reliability performance of 98.8%
Qatar Petroleum’s planned increase in its LNG production capacity will significantly boost the national economy, said HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi.
Qatar’s LNG production capacity will be raised to 126mn tonnes per year (tpy) by 2027, representing a huge increase of 64% on the current 77mn tpy, HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad Sherida al-Kaabi said Monday.
Qatar’s future remains “bright” as a "massive expansion" of LNG production by about 40% will drive investment and consumption starting from 2020, says economic consultancy and research firm MENA Advisors.
Clashes between the army and rebels loyal to a renegade former general in eastern DR Congo have killed 18 people, military sources said on Monday, in the latest violence before crucial elections to replace President Joseph Kabila this month.
Qatar Petroleum, the world's top supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG), said on Wednesday it was adding a fourth LNG production line to raise capacity from the North Field to 110 million tonnes a year.
Qatar’s growth is set to rise on higher oil prices, eased fiscal constraints and investments in LNG production, QNB has said in its latest ‘Qatar Economic Insight’.
Qatar’s strategy to diversify its economy away from hydrocarbons was commended during a recently-held forum where the country’s energy minister said non-hydrocarbon contribution to GDP has climbed to 60%.