GlobalData’s newest report, “World LNG Trade Outlook to 2026 – Capability and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Particulars of All Working and Deliberate Terminals”, signifies that the whole liquefaction capability of North America in 2021 was 73 million tonnes each year (Mtpa). The liquefaction capability in North America elevated from 9Mtpa in 2016 to 73Mtpa in 2021, at an AAGR of 41.6%. The US and Canada are the 2 international locations in North America with energetic liquefied pure fuel (LNG) liquefaction terminals in 2021.
Sabine Go Export (US), Cameron Export (US), and Corpus Christi (US) are the biggest liquefaction terminals in North America. Sabine Go Export began operations in 2016 whereas each Cameron Export and Corpus Christi began operations in 2019.
In North America, the US dominates with a liquefaction capability of 68Mtpa in 2021, contributing to 99.7% of North America’s whole capability. Sabine Go Export, Cameron Export, and Corpus Christi are the biggest liquefaction terminals within the US.
Canada contributed to the remainder of the liquefaction capability. It holds 0.3% of North America’s whole liquefaction capability. Tilbury is the one energetic liquefaction terminal within the nation.