Company Overview of Qatar Petroleum International
Qatar Petroleum International is an investment arm of Qatar Petroleum. The firm seeks to invest in energy sector. It seeks to invest in overseas companies that produce, develop, and explore for oil and natural gas as well as in companies who manage gas and power, refining/petrochemicals and other midstream/downstream activities. The firm prefers to invest globally. It seeks to invest in projects outside Qatar. Qatar Petroleum International was founded in 2006 and is based in Doha, Qatar.
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Key Executives for Qatar Petroleum International
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Qatar Petroleum International Key Developments
ONGC Reportedly Evaluating Merger Of OMPL And MRPL
Jul 13 14
Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd. (BSE:500312) (ONGC) is evaluating a possible merger of Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited (BSE:500109) (MRPL) and ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Limited (OMPL). Financial Express reported quoting sources as saying that ONGC has engaged Deloitte for the same. The report added that ONGC is in talks with Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Qatar Petroleum International and Emirates National Oil Company Ltd (ENOC) L.L.C., among others to sell remaining stake in OMPL. A senior official on the Board of ONGC, seeking anonymity, said, “The suggestion (to merge OMPL with MRPL) has come to ONGC board. Now, after commissioning of the project next month, the valuation would go up than its book value. We would have to see if MRPL would like to buy out the ONGC stake and at what price.” ONGC holds 71.63% stake in MRPL while Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (BSE:500104) holds 16.96% stake and 11.42% is being held by institutions, FII, DII, non-institutions and bodies corporate. Deloitte is expected to come up with the valuation and its recommendations by August 2014. PP Upadhya, Managing Director of MRPL said that the final decision on whether OMPL has to be merged with MRPL is to be made by the promoter. He stated, “The proposal is under discussion. It depends on the parent company on how they want to go ahead with the recommendations.”
Qatar Seeks 5.2% Stake In Petronet LNG
Apr 24 14
According to the petroleum ministry officials, Qatar Petroleum (Qatar) is keen to pick up the 5.2% stake in Petronet LNG Ltd. (BSE:532522) that is currently held by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). "Qatar through its international arm Qatar Petroleum International (QPI) had evinced interest in picking up 5.20% equity in Petronet LNG Ltd, which ADB plans to divest. We understand that the matter needs to be directly deliberated between QPI and ADB," said a note of the petroleum ministry. "The issue is under discussion, although the promoter companies and the Indian government have the first right of refusal over ADB's stake, we don't see an issue there and Qatar can become the new holder of ADB's stake," a ministry official said.
Gulf Firms Consortium To Bid For Occidental
Dec 9 13
Mubadala Development Company, Qatar Petroleum International and Oman Oil Company S.A.O.C. have formed a consortium and have picked Citigroup, Inc. (NYSE:C) to advise them for considering a joint bid for a minority stake in Occidental Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:OXY), the sources with knowledge of the matter said. "The stake is pretty big for a single buyer. It was always a deal which made sense for a consortium to look at but this is not a done deal yet and there are several dynamics to it which needs to be addressed," the source, a Gulf-based banker, said. They spoke on condition of anonymity as the information is not public. Occidental and Qatar Petroleum were not immediately available for comment, while Citi and Mubadala declined to comment. Oman Oil could not be reached for comment.
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