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Global Project Data

Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database and Gulf Energy Information’s Energy Web Atlas are tracking more than 420 active gas processing/LNG projects around the world. Most of these projects are in the Asia-Pacific and U.S. regions. In total, these two regions account for nearly 60% of active gas processing/LNG projects—Asia and U.S. market share are 35% and 23%, respectively. Gas processing/LNG projects are led by developments in China (FIG. 1) and India. Both countries are investing heavily to boost LNG import infrastructure to increase the share of natural gas in their total energy mix. G

 

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Global Project Data Fig 02
New gas processing/LNG project announcements,
December 2018-December 2019

 

 

Global Project Data Fig 03
Active project market share by region

 

 

 


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