Qatargas offers prospective employees a unique opportunity to be involved in making history happen. There are a wide variety of roles available in both the development projects as well as the permanent operating organisation.
Together with our shareholder partners, Qatargas operates 14 liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains including six mega trains that are the largest to ever be built. The current total production capacity of Qatargas is 77 million tonnes of LNG per annum - the largest in the world. In addition, Qatargas operates a condensate refinery - Laffan Refinery.
Beware of criminals offering fictitious employment with Qatargas. They will ask for fees for visas, administrative fees, and similar. We never ask anyone who applies to work at Qatargas to make any payment. If someone asks you for money as part of an application process or you suspect the person you are dealing with is fraudulent or untruthful – please contact us straight away by reporting any suspected recruitment-related fraud by
Below are some tell-tale signs that you may have been approached by a criminal offering fictitious employment:
Offers of employment without being invited for interview.
Being asked to pay a fee as part of the recruitment process.
Being offered a position you did not apply for.
Use of a webmail email address – not a Qatargas email address.
Spelling mistakes and poor grammar.
Pressuring you by making the recruitment seem urgent.
Please note that all correspondence by email from Qatargas is from the email domain
firstname.lastname@example.org. If you receive an email without this as the address, it may not be an authentic communication from the Qatargas Recruitment Section.
If you have any doubts as to the authenticity of an email, please contact us.
Please be aware correspondence from another email address could be fraudulent