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A view of the headquarters of Qatar Petroleum in Doha, Qatar on July 4, 2017.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) intends to invest at least $ 20 billion in the United States over the next few years, the CEO said to Reuters after the Arab Gulf state left OPEC and released Doha from potential legal risks in the United States.
Saad al-Kaabi, who holds the energy portfolio of LNG, the world's leading producer of liquefied natural gas, said Sunday that QP has set itself the goal of announcing its overseas partners for the new LNG trains to be built in the middle of next year.
He added that QP could carry out the project on its own without an international oil company at its side if no good offers were made.
"Mark my words, if I do not get a good deal, we'll go alone," Kaabi said in an interview in his Doha office.