QGPC

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QGPCQatar General Petroleum Corporation
QGPCQatar General Petroleum Company
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Block-8 is a 2,813km[sup.2] tract offshore covering an old QGPC area around (but excluding) the oil producing fields of Idd al-Shargi, Bul Hanine and Maydan Mahzam and the Halul island terminal.
(6) The emirate, however, forged ahead with its plans through collaboration with QGPC, BP and CFP and formed Qatar Liquefied Natural Gas Company Ltd (Qatargas).
Joppa et al., (1997) mapped a major QTL for GPC, "QGpc.ndsu.6Bb," to the same region of chromosome 6B (near Xmwg79) by using a recombinant inbred chromosome line mapping population derived from LDN(DIC-6B).
In late 1989, QGPC (renamed QP in January 2001) launched a $200m programme to raise capacity to 220,000 b/d by 1993.
TotalFinaElf is backing the project alongside UOG and QGPC, and other foreign investors are coming on board.
For some reasons, Marri was allowed to resume his function as QGPC managing director and returned to Doha.
Details are now under discussion between the Qatar General Petroleum Corporation (QGPC) and the Canadian firm, IPL.
The Background: After Shaikh Hamad bin Khalifa's September 1992 cabinet reshuffle, when he was crown prince, the state-owned Qatar General Petroleum Corp (QGPC) was given control over the petroleum sector.
Economic reform has resulted in the formation of a number of steel, fertiliser and other joint ventures between Qatar General Petroleum Corporation (QGPC) and foreign firms at the Umm Said industrial site.
But he already had the chairmanship of RasGas and was a member of the QGPC board representing this ministry.
QGPC had become in charge of the upstream under the control of then Crown Prince Shaikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani.