Qatar Oil signed an agreement with Eni and Total, which acquired a 25% exploration and production activity in three marine areas off the coast of Kenya.
Qatar Petroleum said in a statement that "Allies' allied interests will be distributed to Eni (41.25%), Total (33.75%) and Qatar Petroleum (25%).
This map shows the L11A, L11B, and L12 concession stations located off the eastern coast of Kenya.
It is not the first continental project in Qatar, and the Doha, headed by the February General Assembly, and its partners announced that they have discovered major gas and condensate in South Africa.
Qatar is one of the most important companies in the LNG market with an annual output of 77 million tons. We plan to increase production capacity by 43% by 2023-2024.