Al Bayt Stadium

Fans arriving at this 60,000-capacity arena will have never seen anything like it. A giant tent structure will cover this whole stadium in the northern city of Al Khor. The stadium will host matches right through to the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ semi-finals.

Al Thumama Stadium

Al Thumama Stadium is steeped in Qatar and the region’s culture, history and symbolism. The 40,000-seat stadium will host 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™ matches through to the quarter-finals.

Al Wakrah stadium

The stadium was designed by Zaha Hadid and according to the designers, it was inspired by the sails of traditional Dhow boats, used by pearl divers from the region, weaving through currents of the Persian Gulf.

Aspire Zone

Aspire Zone, also known as Doha Sports City, is a 250-hectare (2.5 km2) sporting complex located in Al Waab district of Doha, Qatar. Owned by the Aspire Zone Foundation, it was established as an international sports destination in 2003.

Barwa Commercial Avenue

Barwa Commercial Avenue is a mega-sized mixed-use development of residential, commercial and offices  set to become Qatar’s new lifestyle destination and where all business activities are available.

Doha Festival City

Doha Festival City is a shopping mall and mixed-use development in Doha, Qatar. At 600,000 square metres (6,500,000 sq ft), with 240,000 square metres (2,600,000 sq ft) of leasable space, it is the largest mall in Qatar.

Doha Oasis

The stadium was designed by Zaha Hadid and according to the designers, it was inspired by the sails of traditional Dhow boats, used by pearl divers from the region, weaving through currents of the Persian Gulf.

Halul Offshore

Halul Offshore Services Company W.L.L. (HOSC) was founded in the year 2000 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Milaha. HOSC is one of the industry leaders in the offshore marine sector in the Middle East.

Hamad Port Qatar

Hamad Port is Qatar’s main seaport, located south of Doha in the Umm Al-Houl area. Construction of the port began in 2010; it became operational in December 2016. It was officially opened in September 2017, and is expected to become fully operational by 2020.

HIA Qatar

Hamad International Airport (IATA: DOH, ICAO: OTHH) (Arabic: مطار حمد الدولي‎, Maṭār Ḥamad al-Duwalī) is the international airport of Doha, the capital city of Qatar. It replaced the former Doha International Airport as Qatar’s principal airport.

Khalifa Stadium

Khalifa International Stadium (Arabic: ملعب خليفة الدولي‎), also known as National Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Doha, Qatar as part of the Doha Sports City complex, which also includes Aspire Academy, Hamad Aquatic Centre, and the Aspire Tower.

Lekhwiya Stadium

The construction of the stadium was set in 2011 and completed by February 2013. The first phase was completed in May 2012. The stadium was officially inaugurated on February 15, 2013 with the first match taking place in the stadium being a Qatar Stars League fixture against Al Khor.

Lusail City

Lusail is the newest planned city in Qatar, located on the coast, in the northern part of the municipality of Al Daayen. Lusail is located about 23 km north of the city centre of Doha, just north of the West Bay Lagoon, on over 35 km² and will eventually have a population of up to 260,000 people.

Mall of Qatar

The Mall of Qatar is a shopping mall that opened in December 2016 in Al Rayyan near the north of Qatar. The Mall of Qatar project is located adjacent to the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, one of the host stadiums in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Msheireb Downtown

Msheireb Downtown Doha is a planned city in Doha, Qatar. Initial construction began in January 2010. Located in the downtown area of Qatar’s capital city, it is set to occupy 310,000 sq m with the total cost of construction amounting to approximately $5.5 billion.

Orbital Highway

Phase 1 of the New Orbital Highway and Truck Route, a total length of 125km, extending from Hamad Port to Al Shamal Road, up to Lusail and Al Khor, is now open for traffic. Motorists can now go from Mesaieed to Al Khor directly without going through Doha.

Pearl Qatar

The Pearl-Qatar (Arabic: اللؤلؤة قطر‎) in Doha, Qatar, is an artificial island spanning nearly four million square meters. It is the first land in Qatar to be available for freehold ownership by foreign nationals. As of January 2015, there are 12,000 residents.


QAFCO was founded in 1969 as a joint venture between the Government of Qatar and a number of foreign shareholders. The country’s first large-scale venture in the petrochemical sector, QAFCO was established with a view to diversify the economy and utilize the nation’s enormous gas reserve.

Qatar National Museum

Qatar Museums brings together museums, public art, and cultural heritage in Qatar, whilst expanding everyone’s creative horizons. Our purpose is to be a cultural instigator, a big ambition that we will deliver together, as a group of museums and sites.

Qatar Foundation

Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (Arabic: مؤسسة قطر‎) is a semi-private chartered, non-profit organization in Qatar, founded in 1995 by then-emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani and his second wife Moza bint Nasser.

Qatar Rail logo

Qatar Railways Company, commonly known as Qatar Rail, is a state-owned railway company, responsible for rail transport in Qatar. It is owned and operated by the Government of Qatar. Established in 2011, the company is responsible for the design, construction…

Ras Gas

Qatargas is a unique global energy operator in terms of size, service and reliability. The Company operates 14 Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) trains with a total annual production capacity of 77 million tonnes. This makes Qatargas the largest LNG producer in the world.


We are a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with an average of 94,000 employees in more than 70 countries and territories. We use advanced technologies and take an innovative approach to help build a sustainable energy future.

Um Al Houl

Umm Al Houl Power is an independent Water and Power producer, established in midyear of 2015. Capable of generating 2,520 megawatt of power and 136.5 million gallon drinking water per day.