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QatarEnergy, Qatar’s state energy company, has struck a 27-year deal with France's TotalEnergies, providing 3.5 million tonnes of natural gas annually. This agreement strengthens prior collaborations, and highlights Qatar's dedication to European markets. This will also ensure France's energy stability, as stated by Qatari Energy Minister Saad Al-Kaabi. Having previously sealed a $1.5 billion agreement with QatarEnergy for a share in Qatar's North Field South project, TotalEnergies anticipates initiating gas shipments to southern France by 2026, in line with Europe's efforts to broaden its natural gas supply sources amid geopolitical uncertainties. In addition, this aligns with Qatar’s plans to increase its liquefied natural gas (LNG) production by at least 60% by 2027 as part of the North Field expansion, one of the world's biggest gas projects.

Qatar to Supply France’s TotalEnergies with Gas

QatarEnergy, Qatar’s state energy company, has struck a 27-year deal with France’s TotalEnergies, providing 3.5 million tonnes of natural gas annually. This agreement strengthens prior collaborations, and highlights Qatar’s dedication to European markets. This will also ensure France’s energy stability, as stated by Qatari Energy Minister Saad Al-Kaabi. Having previously sealed a $1.5 billion agreement with QatarEnergy for a share in Qatar’s North Field South project, TotalEnergies anticipates initiating gas shipments to southern France by 2026, in line with Europe’s efforts to broaden its natural gas supply sources amid geopolitical uncertainties. In addition, this aligns with Qatar’s plans to increase its liquefied natural gas (LNG) production by at least 60% by 2027 as part of the North Field expansion, one of the world’s biggest gas projects.

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