Urgent Staff Recruitment at Qatar Gas – Apply Now
Qatar gas is a global energy operator specializing in size, service and reliability. The company operates 14 liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains with an annual production capacity of 77 million tonnes. This makes Qatar gas the world’s largest producer of LNG.
Al Khor International School (AKIS) is a co-educational and elective educational institution offering the National Curriculum in England, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Qatar History and Islamic Studies curriculum of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education. For children of Qatargas employees.
Established in 1984, Qatar gas develops, produces and markets hydrocarbons from the world’s largest natural gas field.
In addition to producing LNG, Qatar is also a leading exporter of natural gas, helium, condensate and related products. Qatar gas continues to be the benchmark in the LNG industry as it delivers energy to its customers safely and reliably around the world.
- The company offers tax-free salary, home and full benefits:
- Marriage status available
- Company-provided housing in our community for expat workers
- Furnishing Grant
- Annual leave package for senior staff with 37 working days and 24 working days for non-senior staff
- Annual trip to your base country with up to four employees, partners and dependent children living in Qatar.
Qatar has made tremendous socio – economic progress over the last three decades while maintaining its unique cultural identity. In line with these achievements, new technologies and a commitment to excellence have enabled Qatar to grow and diversify its products while supporting the country’s sustainable goals.
Qatar is a peninsula which extends approximately 160 km north of the Arabian Gulf. The rugged beauty of the country’s desert interior contrasts with its shiny coastline, the modern architecture of the capital Doha, and the complex geometry of Qatar’s oil and gas treatment plants.
The state of Qatar has recently experienced an extraordinary change. Although the country has relied on pearl-diving and fishing income for years, the discovery of oil in the mid-twentieth century continues.