PETROSERV is an ISO 9001: 2015, ISO 14001: 2015 and OHSAS 18001: 2007 Certified Company that offers a diverse range of engineering and construction services in its three main areas of activity, namely Infrastructure, Oil and Gas and Building.
PETROSERV, a wholly owned Qatari company, is one of the leading EPIC contractors in the State of Qatar. Existing since 1978, Petroserv has an enviable, proven track record with a large variety of Qatari and international clients; including: Ashghal (Public Works Authority), Kahramaa (Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation) , Qatar Petroleum (QP), Private Engineering Office (PEO), Qatar Steel, Qatar Gas, Qatar Armed Forces, Mannesmann Demag, Gencor Beverley, Siemens Vai Pomini, FCB and CCIC, Hyundai and Iberdtola.
Petro-Q is a Qatar based Company catering to the needs of the Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals, Infrastructure and Construction Industries.
At Petro-Q, we offer Engineering equipments, supplies and value added services with the help of world-renowned & approved brands and a team of professionally qualified & dedicated individuals. Petro-Q's state-of-the-art Stocking, Testing & Repair facilities enables us to meet our clients urgent & shut down requirements effectively. Today, we are a preferred vendor for all the local and International Oil & Gas and Construction companies in Qatar.
QALCO is a leading - first of its kind blending plant, manufacturer, distributor, marketer of premium, lubricating oils, greases and energy related services to automotive, industrial, marine, oil exploration and production customers across the State of Qatar.
QALCO’s facility is situated within the port area of Mesaieed Industrial City, which is approximately 40 kms. South of the capital, Doha It is constructed on fenced land leased from Qatar Petroleum – QP.The plant is owned by Al Alfia Holding. The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of QALCO is Sheikh Sultan Bin Jassim Bin Mohamed Al-Thani The Lubricant’s market in any county is very competitive, Qatar is no exception. For decades, major International lubricant suppliers have been represented by well-established local agents. Other market competition factors include products from G.C.C exporters which are duty free while others paying a bare 4% duty. QALCO, therefore, faced a hostile marketing situation with traditional built-in-resistance to a newcomer.