According to a report, Qatar wants to supply Germany with liquefied natural gas (LNG) as early as 2024. “We want our US liquid gas plant Golden Pass in Texas, in which Qatar Energy holds 70 percent, to be ready by 2024 so that we can deliver to Germany,” said the Gulf State’s Deputy Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani. Handelsblatt” from Friday. This could go faster than previously planned.
The expansion of production in the North Dome gas field will be completed in 2026, “maybe even in 2025,” continued the Deputy Prime Minister. Qatar and Iran share the world’s largest gas field.
By 2026 at the latest, Qatari gas production is to be increased from the current 77 to 126 million tons of LNG. So far it has been said that Qatar can only supply Germany with large quantities if the state-owned company Qatar Energy has increased production to 126 million tons of LNG annually.