Qatargas II, a joint venture of Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil, consists two LNG trains. It is involved in the construction of the controversial South Hook LNG terminal at Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales, which will feed the South Wales Gas Pipeline.
In addition to the Qatargas II project, a further two trains are under construction. Qatargas III is a joint venture between Qatargas and ConocoPhillips. Qatargas IV is a joint venture between Qatargas and Shell. At first approached as separate projects, Qatargas 3&4 are now being built by a joint asset development team (JADT) which is staffed by Qatargas, ConocoPhillips and Shell employees as well as project direct hires and short term contractors.