Qatargas led by Dr Mohamed Saleh al-Sada, Chairman, recently became the world's largest LNG producer with the starting of its seventh and final train at Ras Laffan. "This is a significant milestone for Qatar," says al-Sada,. All 14 LNG trains of the plant produce LNG - thus meeting the energy needs of millions of people around the world. Qatargas Train 7 produces 1.4 billion standard cubic feet of gas per day; delivering 7.8 million tonne per annum of LNG and 70,000 barrels per day of condensate and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). The LPG from the seventh train will be transported to the designated markets using a fleet of eight ships, with capacities in the range of 210,000 - 266,000 cu m, operated by Nakilat."The accomplishment reinforces the strategic use of the Qatar's natural gas resource and continues to accelerate the rapid growth of the country towards achieving Qatar National Vision 2030," al-Sada says.