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Non-Regulated Products (Crude Oil)

QP’s crude oil entitlements are considered as Non-Regulated products, obtained from on-shore and off-shore oilfields in Qatar and marketed by QP Marketing Directorate.​

Al-Rayyan Crude Oil

In October 2007, Occidental Qatar Energy Company (OQEC) acquired Anadarko’s interest and became the operator of the Al Rayyan field. Currently Al-Rayyan Crude Oil production is around 10,000 barrels per day. 

Al-Rayyan Crude is also stored in Floating Storage Off-shore (FSO) and exported from Single Buoy Mooring (SBM). ​

Al-Shaheen Crude Oil

Qatar Petroleum, on behalf of the Government of Qatar, operates the largest producing Al-Shaheen oil field (Bloc 5) via Exploration and Production Sharing Agreements (EPSA) with Maersk Oil Qatar SA (MOQ).

Current production of Al-Shaheen Crude Oil is around 310,000 barrels per day with expectation to increase production in the near future. Al-Shaheen Crude is stored in two Floating Storage Off-shore (FSO) and exported from Single Buoy Mooring (SBM). ​

Typical cargo size​600,000 bb/s +/- 5% MT
SpecificationAl-Shaheen Crude Oil​

Qatar Land Crude Oil

Qatar Land Crude Oil (QLCO) is obtained from Dukhan On-Shore Oil and Gas Field extending over an area of approximately 80kms by 8kms located at Dukhan about 80kms to the west of Doha. Dukhan Field includes three sectors from north to south - Khatiyah, Fahahil and Jaleha/Diyab.

Oil and gas are separated in four main continuously manned degassing stations and two unmanned satellite stations. Dukhan oil field has production facilities to produce up to 335,000 barrels per day. Dukhan Operation has storage and export facilities located at Mesaieed Industrial City. 

​Qatar Marine Crude Oil​

Qatar Marine Crude Oil (QMCO) is a blend of crude oils obtained from six main off-shore production stations in the following fields:

Bul Hanine (BH) and Maydan Mahzam (MM) Fields are operated by Qatar Petroleum. These stations produce crude oil, associated gas and condensates. QP also operates four other off-shore fields on a production sharing agreement basis with QP joint venture partners. The Idd El Shargi North Dome (ISND) and Idd El Shargi. South Dome (ISSD) are operated by Occidental Petroleum of Qatar Ltd (OPQL). Al-Khalij Field (ALK) is operated by TOTAL Exploration & Production Qatar (TEPQ). Qatar Petroleum Development-Japan (QPD) operates Al Karkara Field.

Current total Qatar Marine Crude Oil production is around 245,000 barrels per day.  Halul Island hosts the storage and export facilities for the oil while the associated gas is delivered to Mesaieed Industrial City.