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Global Project Data

Lee Nichols, Editor/Associate Publisher, Hydrocarbon Processing

Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database and Gulf Energy Information’s Energy Web Atlas are tracking more than 400 active gas processing/LNG projects around the world. The gas processing/LNG sector represents approximately 32% of active midstream/downstream processing projects globally. When analyzed, nearly 60% of active gas processing/LNG projects are in Asia-Pacific and the U.S. Active project market shares for Asia-Pacific and the U.S. are 35% and 23%, respectively. When broken down by activity level, approximately 75% of active gas processing/LNG projects are in the preconstruction phase. GP

 

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Operational gas processing/LNG infrastructure and active projects in the U.S Source: Energy Web Atlas

 

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

 

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Active project market share by activity level


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-Eugene Gerden
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