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World LNG Projects' Status Report (November 2019)
2019/11/25
By adding new projects, perfect information of 395 LNG projects in the world are available in the Global LNG Database® including 139 on/offshore liquefaction facilities and 256 on/offshore receiving & regasification facilities.
Global LNG Info has released the last update of the “World LNG Projects’ Status Monthly Report” also known as the globally-recognized-reference “World LNG Liquefaction Plants and Regasification Terminals Update List”.

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According to the last released report (November 2019):

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* Status of the Elba LNG project's train-1 in USA has been changed from under-construction to the on-stream plant as the project's operator Kinder Morgan expects to bring the remaining nine trains of its LNG export facility into service by the first half of next year.
The first unit of Elba Island facility began producing LNG in September and the operator plans to bring three more into service this year, with another six to start up in the first half of 2020.

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* Status of the Yantian LNG imports terminal project in China has been changed from under-construction to the on-stream. This will make Shenzhen Gas the second city gas distributor that owns an LNG import facility. The first was Shenergy Group, which opened an LNG import terminal in Shanghai in 2008.

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The following LNG projects added to the Global LNG Database®:

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* Barossa to Darwin (Darwin LNG Plant's Life Extension) in Australia added to the Global LNG Database® as the planned LNG export project.
Barossa to be developed using subsea wells tied back to an FPSO for gas processing and condensate export. A 260-Km gas export pipeline will transport gas to the existing Bayu-Undan pipeline for onwards transport to Darwin LNG plant. Barossa is expected to extend the operating life of Darwin LNG by more than 20 years.

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* Luzon project in Philippines added to the Global LNG Database® as the planned LNG imports FSRU project.
Excelerate Energy has received the Notice to Proceed (NTP) from the Philippine department of energy (DOE) to develop the project in the Bay of Batangas.

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* Map Ta Phut (phase-3) project in Thailand added to the Global LNG Database® as the planned LNG imports project.
The industrial estate authority of Thailand (IEAT) announced that it has signed a 30-year agreement with Thailand’s Gulf Energy Development and state-run PTT under which the companies will build the terminal on the country’s east coast.

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* Sinolam project in Panama added to the Global LNG Database® as the planned LNG FSU project.

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* Yantai project in China added to the Global LNG Database® as the LNG imports planned project.
China’s Yantai LNG Group is aiming to start up the LNG import terminal by 2022 and expects government approval for it by the end of the year as the terminal site’s land reclamation has been already started.

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By adding these new projects, up-to-date information of 395 LNG projects in the world are available in the Global LNG Database® including 139 on/offshore liquefaction facilities (on-stream: 53, under-construction: 14, planned: 49, under-study/proposed: 23) and also 256 on/offshore receiving & regasification facilities (on-stream: 141, under-construction: 21, planned: 74, under-study/proposed:20).

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Source(s) Global LNG Info