What is Qatar without petroleum? Qatar Petroleum (QP) is the government-owned oil and gas conglomerate of the small Mideast country. It has upstream (exploration, drilling, production) and downstream (refining) operations for crude oil, natural gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG), and other refined products. Its Dukhan oil field can produce up to 335,000 barrels per day. QP has onshore crude oil reserves of 1,842 million barrels and onshore gas reserves of some 8 trillion cu. ft. Its two offshore production stations produced almost 90 million barrels of oil in 2008. Through partnerships with such companies as ExxonMobil, Occidental, and TOTAL, QP supplies oil and gas to North America, Asia, and Europe.