Qatar is a significant OPEC oil producer with average crude oil capacity of around 700,000 b/d, which is expected to decline slowly going forward. Liquids production was historically dominated by oil, until the start-up of the world’s largest gas field, the North Field, in 1991. This added increasing volumes of condensate and NGLs to the total liquids output, and currently contributes around 65% of the total liquids production in Qatar.
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