Qatar signed massive deals with TotalEnergies and Eni for the expansion of the world’s biggest LNG project. The North Field Expansion plan includes six LNG trains that will raise Qatar’s liquefaction capacity to 110 mtpy. Qatar is positioning itself as the ‘go-to’ emergency gas supplier for Europe. Following on from the recent signing by Qatar of a declaration of intent on energy cooperation with Germany aimed at becoming its key supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG) going forward, the Emirate has now signed separate partnership deals with France’s TotalEnergies and Italy’s Eni for the US$30 billion North Field (or ‘Dome’) Expansion of the world’s biggest LNG project. According to statements from Qatar’s Energy Minister, Saad al-Kaabi, the French oil and gas supermajor will have a 25 percent stake in the project, with no other company to have a higher stake and the selection process for partners now finalised. The […]