QATAR ENERGY CAREERS 2022:- Qatar government company Qatar Energy hiring staff for various departments. It’s free and direct recruitment by the company.


Job Summary

Company Qatar Energy (Formely Known as Qatar Petroleum)
Job TypeGulf Jobs/ Petroleum Jobs
Apply ModeOnline
BenefitsDirect Qatar Government Job with Free Visa and Air Tickets. All Qatar Government job benefits

About Qatar Energy formerly Qatar Petroleum (QP)

QatarEnergy formerly Qatar Petroleum (QP), is a state-owned petroleum company of Qatar. The company operates all oil and gas activities in Qatar, including exploration, production, refining, transport, and storage. The President & CEO is Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, Minister of State for Energy Affairs. The company’s operations are directly linked with state planning agencies, regulatory authorities, and policy-making bodies. Together, revenues from oil and natural gas amount to 60% of the country’s GDP. As of 2018, it was the third-largest oil company in the world by oil and gas reserves.

After World War I and the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, Qatar fell within the British sphere of influence and the first onshore oil concession in the country was awarded in 1935 to British Petroleum’s predecessor, the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC). Because of its obligations under the Red Line Agreement, AIOC transferred the concession to an associate company of the Iraq Petroleum Co., Petroleum Development (Qatar) Ltd. (PDQ), which would operate the concession. PDQ was later renamed the Qatar Petroleum Co. (QPC). In October 1938, Dukhan No. 1 was spudded and yielded 4,000 barrels per day (640 m3/d) by January 1940. However, World War II delayed development until 1947 and the first crude exports occurred in 1949.

The first offshore concessions were granted in 1949 to the International Marine Oil Company (IMOC), which was a subsidiary of Superior Oil and the London-registered Central Mining & Investment Co. In 1952, after IMOC had withdrawn, the Shell Co.-Qatar (SCQ) acquired exploration rights to the most offshore territory. In 1960 and 1963, the Idd Al-Shargi and Maydan Mahzam fields were discovered, respectively. The largest offshore field, Bul Hanine, was discovered in 1970 and came onstream in 1972.

There were a number of protests by oil workers in the company during the 1950s and 1960s. Working hours, wages, and conditions varied widely prior to the introduction of labor regulations in the country. Overtime payment was inconsistent, workers could be fired for minor infractions and the majority made a meager salary when compared to high-ranking Al Thanis, British officials, and foreign clerks. Early strikes focused on wages and conditions, and the emir encouraged strikes when negotiating new contracts to pressure concessions from the oil company.

After a strike in 1951, the government deported Dhofari laborers due to conflicts with Qatari laborers. In July 1951, nearly 900 laborers refused to return to work after the arrest of 6 individuals who led a strike. Markets in Doha stopped operation in a show of solidarity, resulting in government concession to the workers’ demands. On 17 July, the detained workers were released and the minimum wage was increased by one rupee. Despite the improvement in wages, strikes continued throughout the year. Company drivers protested for improved working conditions in September, and in October, workers in Mesaieed held protests calling for housing reforms. In August 1952, a coalition of workers presented their demands to Ahmad Al Thani, the son of emir Ali Al Thani. Their demands centered on improved working conditions, fewer foreigners in high-ranking positions, and increased wages. Ahmad rejected these demands, causing the workers to present their grievances to the British.



  1. SOC OT Analyst
  2. Lead, Active Defense
  3. SOC IT Analyst
  4. Lead, Security Data Analyst (OT)
  5. SR. Information Assurance Analyst (OT)
  6. Security Engineer
  7. Sr. Marketer (Chemicals)
  8. Security Engineer (Active Defense)
  9. Sr. cyber Security Incident Responder
  10. Lead, Information Security (Gov & Compl)
  11. Sr. Penetration Test Analyst
  12. Production Data Analyst
  13. Front Office Developer
  14. Succession & Career Planning Specialist
  15. Lead, Information Security (Risk)
  16. Manager, Fire Protection & Response Planning
  17. Head, Information Security (GRC)
  18. Sr. Security Assurance Engineer
  19. Sr. information Security Risk Analyst
  20. Radio Officer
  21. Sr. Trading Risk Controll Analyst, LNG
  22. Sr. Counsel (Project)
  23. Fire Station Officer- UK (Work Location- Qatar)
  24. IOPC Fund Coordinator
  25. Head , Fire & Rescue Logistics


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