Qatar Petroleum is a leader in hydrocarbon activity in Qatar and Norsk Hydro ASA in Norway is rooted in a century of experience in technology development and progressive partnerships.

  • ​​​​​​​Qatar Petroleum

    Partner Petroleum 

    ​​​​Qatar Petroleum was previously known as the Qatar General Petroleum Corporation, established in 1974 as a national corporation wholly owned by the State of Qatar.

    ​Qatar Petroleum is responsible for all Qatar’s oil and gas industry processes in Qatar and abroad. These include the following: Exploration an​d drilling for oil, natural gas and other hydrocarbon substances Production, refining, transport and storage of the aforementioned substances, and any of their derivatives and by-products Trading in, and distribution, sale and export of these substances.

  • Hy​dro


    Hydro is a Fortune Global 500 supplier of aluminium and aluminium products. Based in Norway, the company employs 25,000 people in more than 30 countries and has activities on all continents.

    Rooted in a century of experience in renewable energy production, technology development and progressive partnerships, Hydro is committed to strengthening the viability of our customers and communities we serve.



    Hydro is an integrated aluminium company with a global presence. We bring innovation, quality and smart business solutions to our key markets for:​

    • Casthouse ​products
    • Building systems
    • Extrusions Rolled products
    • ​Automotive and transport application.
  • Energy​

    Hydro h​as more than 100 years of experience in hydropower, and today is the second-largest hydropower producer in Norway. Our power production is primarily used to supply the company's aluminium op​erations with electricity. In Hydro's time as an oil and energy company, it has developed competence in all aspects of the energy markets. This competence is very important for the aluminium industry and will remain a core asset in Hydro. Hydro also invests in solar energy in cooperation with partner companies.​