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Global Project Data

Lee Nichols, Editor/Associate Publisher, Hydrocarbon Processing

Energy Web Atlas is tracking more than 420 active gas processing and LNG projects around the world. Approximately 23% of active gas processing/LNG projects are in the US. This region has witnessed a significant increase in new gas processing and LNG capacity additions over the past several years. According to the US Energy Information Administration, the lower 48 states have a total gas processing capacity of more than 80 Bft3d. At approximately 32%, Texas has the largest market share of total US gas processing plants in the US. Oklahoma follows Texas with 16% market share for total number of gas processing plants. The figure below shows gas processing plants in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. GP

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New gas processing/LNG project announcements, May 2018–May 2019

 

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Active gas processing/LNG project market share by region


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FEATURED COLUMNS

Editorial Comment
-Adrienne Blume
The continued expansion of natural gas trade is led primarily by growth in the LNG sector, which has tripled over the past 3 yr.
Industry Focus: The future of gas-to-power projects in Africa
-Shem Oirere
Natural gas is expected to play a central role in supporting Africa’s drive to achieve electricity connection for nearly 600 MM people without access to the grid, to reduce widespread reliance on coal for power generation, and to fast-track the continent’s slowed industrial expansion.
Regional Focus: Gazprom faces challenges for combined LNG/processing plant in Baltics
-Eugene Gerden
Russia’s largest natural gas producer, Gazprom, aims to build a giant project on the Russian Baltic seaport of Ust-Luga. The plans include the construction of a combined LNG and gas processing plant.


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