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Qatar hands McDermott role in LNG expansion

Qatar Petroleum's new mega-trains project is gaining momentum

Qatar Petroleum has awarded the contract for the fabrication and installation of the offshore jackets for the 32mn t/yr four train expansion project of its Ras Laffan LNG liquefaction plant to US engineering firm McDermott, its CEO Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, who is also minister of state for energy affairs, revealed today at LNG2019. The four new LNG train will increase the production capacity of the country's LNG fields from 78mn t/yr to 110mn t/yr. Al-Kaabi also revealed that it has awarded the contract for the early site works for the new trains to Athens-headquartered Middle Eastern construction firm Consolidated Contractors Company and a local contractor. "We are in the tendering phase f

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