Trinidad & Tobago looks to energy pact with Qatar
By TT Guardian
Petroleumworld 07 31 2018
Energy Minister Franklin Khan met recently with Dr. Mohammed Bin Saleh Al-Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry of the State of Qatar during a two- day visit to Doha, Qatar.
Discussions were held on matters of mutual interest to both countries as key exporters of LNG and members of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF).
The Ministers agreed to further strengthen bilateral relationships through a memorandum of co-operation on energy related areas, which Khan sees as a tremendous benefit to T&T since Qatar is the leading exporter of LNG and has the largest LNG trains with a capacity of 77 million metric tonnes per annum (mtpa).
Qatar also has the largest gas to liquid (GTL) plant in the world, including several large gas processing facilities and petrochemical plants.
During his stay in Qatar, Khan visited the LNG, NGL and GTL facilities at the Ras Laffan complex.
Khan, as current President of the GECF, visited its headquarters in Doha and held meetings with Secretary General Dr. Yury Sentyurin.
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guardian.co.tt 07 31 2018
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