Qatargas in figures

Company’s yearly liquefaction capacity:77 million tonnes

LNG trains operated by Qatargas companies:14

The LNG leader

Qatargas is the largest producer of LNG in the world, boasting a 77-million-tonne-per-year nameplate liquefaction capacity. The company’s ventures include eight LNG projects, two sales gas production facilities, two condensate refineries and two helium production facilities. The company also owns a fleet of Q-Max, Q-Flex and conventional LNG vessels.

  • Expansion: Qatargas will add four LNG trains by 2024, increasing total liquefaction capacity to 110 million tonnes per year.
  • Merger: The 2018 union of Qatargas and Rasgas placed Qatargas in charge of the country’s entire LNG output.

The Qatargas companies are joint ventures between QP, ExxonMobil, Total, Marubeni, Mitsui, ConocoPhillips and Shell. QP owns a majority stake in all Qatargas projects.

Company website:

Qatargas features

QatarEnergy LNG awards FEED works for CCS project
Qatar - September 25, 2023

Worley has signed a FEED contract with QatarEnergy LNG for CCS facilities at the Ras Laffan project in Qatar, the…

Saipem wins $1.7-billion Qatar contract
Qatar - February 22, 2021

Saipem has secured a contract worth USD 1.7 billion to provide EPCI for Qatar’s giant North Field Expansion project, the Italian EPC major confirmed on Monday.


Samir Chopra Cape East Qatar
Qatar - June 17, 2020

Samir Chopra, managing director of Cape East, talks to The Energy Year about positive signs for continuing activity in Qatar’s energy industry and how the company…