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Global Project Data

According to Energy Web Atlas, the US has proposed more than 330 MMtpy of LNG export capacity. At the time of publication, more than 23 MMtpy of domestic LNG export capacity has commenced operations. This production includes four liquefaction trains at Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass terminal and one liquefaction train at Dominion Energy’s Cove Point terminal in Maryland. Most US LNG projects are located along the US Gulf Coast. By the end of the decade, the US is expected to begin operation of more than 71 MMtpy of LNG export capacity. This includes the startup of liquefaction trains at the Elba Island LNG, Freeport LNG, Corpus Christi LNG and Cameron LNG projects. GP

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New gas processing/LNG project announcements, April 2017–present
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Market share analysis of active gas processing/LNG projects by activity level
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