ConocoPhillips, Qatar Petroleum Sign MOU

Tuesday, December 11, 2007
ConocoPhillips and Qatar Petroleum International (QPI) announced that the two companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to pursue and develop international energy projects outside of Qatar.

The MOU was signed on behalf of QPI by His Excellency Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy and Industry of Qatar, and by James J. Mulva, ConocoPhillips chairman and chief executive officer. Senior officials from both parties also attended the event, including Nasser Al-Jaidah, QPI chief executive officer, and William Bullock Jr., ConocoPhillips president, Middle East and North Africa.

"Today's signing marks another milestone in Qatar Petroleum's realizing our ambition of becoming a leading global energy company; a goal that depends on the development of key international projects through cooperation with leading partners.

This agreement with ConocoPhillips offers new avenues of investment and growth and will be instrumental in reaching Qatar Petroleum’s goals,” announced Minister Al-Attiyah. "We are delighted to be extending our relationship with ConocoPhillips internationally."

"ConocoPhillips is pleased to be joining Qatar Petroleum International in the pursuit of global opportunities. This is an exciting opportunity for both companies to advance our existing relationship,” said ConocoPhillips chairman and CEO, James J. Mulva.

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