QatarEnergy Rewrites the Rule Book

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  • QatarEnergy, which is already the world's largest LNG producing company, is about to get a lot bigger on several fronts, according to its CEO.

  • Saad al-Kaabi warns investors that if they don't offer value, the state-owned firm will take on projects on its own.

  • QatarEnergy is talking up its ammonia, petrochemical and LPG potential, while its quieter upstream push overseas is beginning to reap rewards, notably in Namibia.

The Issue

Corporate Strategy , LNG Projects, NOCs, Green LNG, LNG Supply, Low-Carbon Policy
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