Qatar Petroleum has signed an agreement with Eni and Total, thereby acquiring Qatari 25% of its exploration and production activities in three offshore coastal areas in Kenya.
"The shares of all partners in the alliance will be divided between Eni (41.25 per cent), Total (33.75 per cent) and Qatar Petroleum (25 per cent)," Qatar Petroleum said. in a statement on tuesday.
The map shows concession areas: L11A, L11B and L12 in some offshore eastern Kenya waters.
This is not Qatar's first project on the continent. Doha and her partners, led by Total in February, announced a major discovery of gas and condensate in South Africa.
Qatar is one of & # 39; s main players in & # 39; an LNG brand, with an annual output of 77 million tons. And plans to increase its production capacity by 2023-2024 by 20%.