Qatargas’ hits 10,000 non-LNG product shipments at Ras Laffan

Qatargas' hits 10,000 non-LNG product shipments at Ras Laffan
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The world’s largest liquefied natural gas producer Qatargas said that Qatargas Ras Laffan Terminal Operations (RLTO) has loaded the 10,000th cargo shipment of non-LNG product in Ras Laffan Industrial City (RLIC).

Since starting operations in 2006, Qatargas have loaded more than four billion barrels of product all over the world and RLTO is entrusted to handle approximately one million barrels of oil equivalent of product every single day, Qatargas said in a statement.

Qatargas RLTO was launched in 2006 as the single operator responsible for the storage and loading activities of non-LNG hydrocarbon liquids and sulfur produced in Ras Laffan Industrial City.

The main customers of the services rendered by Qatargas RLTO are Qatar Petroleum, Qatargas, Al Khaleej Gas, Qatar Shell GTL, Dolphin Energy Limited, Laffan Refinery Company Limited 1 and 2, Oryx GTL, Ras Laffan Olefins Company and Barzan.

It is anticipated that the number of companies utilizing Qatargas RLTO’s services will expand as various growth projects come into fruition.

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