GlobalData’s newest report, ‘International LNG Trade Outlook to 2026 – Capability and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Particulars of All Working and Deliberate Terminals’, signifies that the overall regasification capability of the Center East in 2021 was 4,523bcf. The regasification capability within the Center East elevated from 1,818bcf in 2016 to 4,523bcf in 2021 at an AAGR of 18.2%. Al-Zour (Kuwait), Aliaga (Turkey) and Marmara Ereglisi (Turkey) are the most important energetic regasification terminals within the Center East.
Turkey leads amongst nations within the Center East with a regasification capability of 1,882bcf in 2021, contributing 41.6% of the area’s whole capability. Aliaga, Marmara Ereglisi and Saros Floating are the most important energetic regasification terminals within the nation.
The whole regasification capability of Kuwait in 2021 was 1,438bcf. Kuwait’s share within the Center East’s whole regasification capability was 31.8%. Al-Zour and Mina Al-Ahmadi GasPort Floating II are the 2 energetic regasification terminals within the nation.
Within the Center East, the United Arab Emirates stands within the third place amongst nations, with a regasification capability of 544bcf, contributing to 12% of the area’s whole regasification capability in 2021. Jebel Ali Floating II and Ruwais Floating are the 2 energetic regasification terminals within the nation.