Ras Laffan Condensate Refinery
Total holds a 10% interest in the Ras Laffan Refinery, a condensate splitter with a design capacity of 146,000 barrels per day which came on stream in September 2009.
The refinery produces naphta, desulfured kerosene and diesel both for the local consumption, and for export.
In April 2013, Total along with four Japanese partners signed a new Joint-Venture agreement with QP to build a new condensate refinery and a diesel hydrotreater. This new project, which will be completed in 2016, will bring the overall condensate splitting capacity to nearly 300,000 barrel per day.