Delivering his official address to the 6th Doha Conference on Natural Gas (DCNG), Sheikh Hamad stated that the Dolphin Gas Project was one of the largest and most important energy ventures ever undertaken in the region. He said that it was also valuable in strengthening existing and future good relations between Qatar and the UAE. Sheikh Hamad additionally highlighted that Dolphin Energy has been delivering gas to the UAE since July.
Dolphin began gas exports from Ras Laffan Industrial City in Qatar to the UAE on July 9 through its 364 kilometer export pipeline, the longest and largest in the Middle East: current throughput is averaging 1 billion standard cubic feet of gas per day.
In his own speech at DCNG, Qatar’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Energy and Industry, HE Abdullah Bin Hamad Al Attiyah, congratulated Dolphin for its production and export of gas to the UAE. He then proceeded to the nearby DCNG Exhibition to inaugurate the Dolphin Energy pavilion.
Dolphin senior management who welcomed the Minister to the stand included Ibrahim Ahmed Al Ansari, General Manager UAE; Adel Ahmed Albuainain, General Manager Qatar; Ibrahim Al Kuwari, Deputy General Manager Qatar; Graham Rae, Vice President HSE; Philippe Persillon, Vice President Projects and Ajlan Al Enazi, Government Affairs Manager, Qatar.
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