A new terminal on the Gulf of
Mexico will bring more U.S.-pro-duced gas to the world market.
Latin America, the world’s fastest-growing LNG market, will soon host the
world’s first floating liquefaction facility.
Australia Pacific LNG is building a gas
transmission pipeline that will help to
boost the country’s export capacity.
Foreign organizations are investing in
Russia’s Yamal LNG project.
A terminal on Canada’s east coast
will export gas to customers
around the world.
On the Move
The growing market for natural gas is spurring big projects around the world.
Organizations looking to benefit from the growing liquefied natural gas (LNG) market are building terminals to both store and process the
fuel. LNG processing facilities convert gas to LNG for shipping, or LNG to gas for pipeline distribution and consumption.
LOCATION SPONSOR BUDGET ANNUAL PRODUCTION CAPACITY
of Hiranandani Group)
France’s Total, China’s
Corp., Russia’s Novatek
end of 2017
5 million metric tons
13. 5 million metric tons
500,000 metric tons
9 million metric tons
16. 5 million tons