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Chapter | Energy from The Report: Qatar 2017

In 2016 Qatar retained its title as the world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas. For many years the state has also been a global player in the crude oil and petroleum product markets. It is a key energy provider for many of the world’s leading economies, lying at the heart of a hydrocarbons logistics chain that stretches from Japan to the UK. However, these are challenging times for...

2017 proved a turbulent year for Qatar, dominated by the diplomatic rift that emerged between the country and several other regional states in June 2017. However, Qatar has adapted quickly, with many in the local business community confident about the future.

With a target of producing 20% of its electricity using solar energy by 2030,  a series of public and private investments are driving new developments in Qatar’s solar energy sector.


Given current market conditions, to what extent is the country’s domestic energy policy focused on enhancing oil production?


With global oil and gas prices remaining depressed in mid-2016, impacting government revenues and production, state-owned Qatar Petroleum (QP) is now rolling out an ambitious restructuring programme that aims to reduce its domestic workforce and expand into international energy markets, with a focus on production. Restructuring and...


How have declining oil and gas prices affected the manner in which RasGas approaches the international liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry?

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