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Global Project Data

Energy Web Atlas is tracking more than 215 active LNG projects around the world. These projects include grassroots projects and brownfield expansions of existing LNG export and import terminals, floating vessels (FLNG) and storage facilities. As host to nearly 40% of active LNG projects, the Asia-Pacific region (primarily China and India) is investing heavily to build up its LNG import capacity to meet increasing demand for natural gas. Additional natural gas imports will help Asia-Pacific nations provide cleaner-burning fuel for power generation, cooking, etc. At nearly 20%, the US has the second-highest amount of active LNG projects. The region continues to invest in its LNG export capacity buildout. GP


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New gas processing/LNG project announcements, August 2017–present


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Active LNG project market share by activity level




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Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
This year could be the largest ever for LNG export project final investment decisions (FIDs).
EWAnalysis: Impact of technology on gas transmission management—Part 2
-Bob Andrew
This article is the second in our “Impact of Technology” series; the first was “Impact of technology in gas processing plants—Part 1,” which appeared in the October/November 2018 issue of Gas Processing & LNG.

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