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Subject: List of power stations in Qatar, Deutsche Babcock Al Jaber, Mesaieed
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Qatalum is an aluminium smelter plant that is a joint venture between Qatar Petroleum and Norsk Hydro. Inaugurated in 2010, it was the largest aluminium plant ever launched in one step. Its annual capacity is 585,000 metric tons of primary aluminium, all to be shipped as value added aluminium casthouse products. A 1350 MW natural gas power plant has also been built to ensure a stable supply of electricity.


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  • Qatalum Official Website
  • Qatar Petroleum Official Website
  • Hydro Official Website
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