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Liquefied natural gas is used to transport natural gas over long distances, often by sea. In most cases, LNG terminals are purpose built ports used exclusively to export or import LNG.

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Existing liquefaction terminals

Africa

Asia

Americas

Australia

Europe

Existing regasification terminals

Brazil

Chile

Belgium

China

Japan

  • Tohoku region and Hokkaido region
    • Shin Minato LNG terminal, Sendai Gas, 0.08M m3, opened 1997
    • Hachinohe LNG terminal (Re-shipment), Nippon Oil, 0.04M m3, open 2006
    • Hakodate LNG terminal (Re-shipment), open 2006
  • Chubu region
    • Higashi Niigata LNG terminal, Tohoku Electric, 0.72M m3, open 1984
    • Sodeshi LNG terminal, Shimizu LNG and Shizuoka Gas, 0.177M m3, open 1996
    • Chita Kyodo LNG terminal, Chubu Electric and Toho Gas, 0.3M m3, open 1977
    • Chita LNG terminal, Chita LNG, Chubu Electric and Toho Gas, 0.64M m3, open 1983
    • Yokkaichi LNG Centre, Toho Gas, 0.32M m3, open 1987
    • Yokkaichi Works LNG terminal, Chubu Electric, 0.16M m3, open 1991
    • Kawagoe LNG terminal, Chubu Electric, 0.48M m3, open 1997
    • Chita Midorihama LNG terminal, Toho Gas, 0.2M m3, open 2001
    • Joetsu LNG terminal, Inpex, 0.36M m3, due to open 2014
  • Kanto region
  • Kansai region
  • Shikoku region
    • Sakaide LNG terminal, Shikoku Electric Power, 0.4M m3, due to open 2010
  • Chugoku region
    • Hatsukaichi LNG terminal, Hiroshima Gas, 0.17M m3, 1996
    • Yanai LNG terminal, Chugoku Electric Power, 0.48M m3, 1990
    • Mizushima LNG terminal, Mizushima LNG and Chugoku Electric Power and Nippon Oil, 0.16M m3, 2006
  • Kyushu region and Okinawa
    • Oita LNG terminal, Oita LNG and Kyushu Electric Power and Kyushu Oil and Oita Gas, 0.46M m3, 1990
    • Tobata LNG terminal, Kitakyushu LNG and Kyushu Electric Power and Nippon Steel, 0.48M m3, 1997
    • Fukuoka LNG terminal, Seibu Gas, 0.07M m3, 1993
    • Kagoshima LNG terminal, Kagoshima Gas, 0.036M m3, 1996
    • Nagasaki LNG terminal, Seibu Gas, 0.035M m3, 2003
    • Nakagusuku LNG terminal, Okinawa Electric Power, 0.7M m3, due to open 2010

India

  • Dahej Terminal, Petronet LNG Ltd, Gujrat
  • Hazira Terminal, Hazira LNG Pvt Ltd, Gujarat
  • Dabhol Terminal, Ratnagiri Power (NTPC) LTD, Maharashtra from Nov 2009
  • Kochi Terminal, Petronet LNG Ltd, Kerala

France

Italy

Greece

Mexico

  • Costa Azul LNG 14 miles (23 km) north of Ensenada, Mexico, Sempra Energy, opened May 2008, first one on West Coast of North America.[6]
  • Altamira LNG near Tampico, Mexico, Shell, opened August 2006

South Korea

Spain

United States and Puerto Rico

The following LNG off-loading and regasification terminals are located in the United States and Gulf of Mexico:[7]

UK

Proposed liquefaction terminals

Africa

Asia Pacific

  • Vladivostok LNG, Vladivostok, Russia

Australia

Europe

  • Shtokmann LNG, Murmansk, Russia
  • Yamal LNG, Yamal, Russia

Proposed regasification terminals

Japan

Thailand

  • Map Ta Phut LNG Terminal Phase 1: 2 160,000 m3 tanks, PTT and EGAT Phase 2: extra tank (same size). Due for completion in 2011.

United States and Gulf of Mexico

Proposed LNG Terminals:[29]

Mexico

Perú

  • PERUGNL - [[Camisea] scheduled to open 2010

Poland

Croatia

Singapore

  • Jurong Island
  • PowerGas JV with Gaz de France, construction: 2009-2012

Oceania

India

  • Kochi LNG Terminal Ltd.)
  • Pipavav LNG Terminal(APM Terminals)
  • Mundra LNG Terminal(GSPC/Adani)
  • Ennore LNG Terminal Ltd
  • Mangalore LNG Terminal Ltd

the Netherlands

  • GATE terminal Maasvlakte Rotterdam. visit website www.gate.nl
  • Eemshaven LNG Terminal. visit website www.eemshaven-lng.nl
  • LionGas terminal Europoort Rotterdam. visit website www.liongas.nl

See also

References

  1. ^ marubeni.com
  2. ^ Sakhalin Energy.com
  3. ^ atlanticlng.com
  4. ^ Karratha Gas Plant - Woodside Petroleum
  5. ^ official website [www.darwinlng.com]
  6. ^ "Sempra Energy's New Baja California LNG Terminal Ready for Commercial Operations". Sempra Energy. 15 May 2008. http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Sempra-Energys-New-Baja-California-LNG-Terminal-Ready-for-Commercial-Operations-NYSE-SRE-856964.htm. Retrieved 2010-03-17. 
  7. ^ Existing LNG Terminals - FERC - Retrieved 2009-10-11
  8. ^ Cove Point - Dominion Resources
  9. ^ Elba Island - FERC
  10. ^ El Paso Corporation
  11. ^ http://www.ferc.gov/industries/lng/indus-act/terminals/exist-term/lake-charles.asp
  12. ^ Trunkline LNG Company, LLC - Panhandle Energy
  13. ^ http://www.ferc.gov/industries/lng/indus-act/terminals/exist-term/penuelas.asp
  14. ^ EcoEléctrica
  15. ^ http://www.ferc.gov/industries/lng/indus-act/terminals/exist-term/sabine.asp
  16. ^ http://www.cheniere.com/LNG_terminals/sabine_pass_lng.shtml
  17. ^ http://www.ferc.gov/industries/lng/indus-act/terminals/exist-term/cameron.asp
  18. ^ http://www.sempralng.com/Pages/Terminals/Cameron/default.htm
  19. ^ http://www.ferc.gov/industries/lng/indus-act/terminals/exist-term/freeport.asp
  20. ^ http://www.cheniere.com/LNG_terminals/freeport_lng.shtml
  21. ^ http://www.ferc.gov/industries/lng/indus-act/terminals/exist-term/everett.asp
  22. ^ http://www.suezenergyna.com/ourcompanies/lngna-domac.shtml
  23. ^ angolalng.com
  24. ^ PNG LNG - Hydrocarbons-Technology.com
  25. ^ [http://www.naturalgaschina.com/LNG/GeographicAdvantage.html
  26. ^ gorgon.com.au
  27. ^ Pluto Project - Woodside Petroleum
  28. ^ Oil and Gas Journal:Tokyo Gas to build 4th LNG terminal in Japan
  29. ^ Proposed North American LNG Import Terminals - FERC - updated 04/21/08 - (Adobe Acrobat *.PDF document
  30. ^ bpcrownlanding.com
  31. ^ BlueOcean Energy
  32. ^ [1]
  33. ^ [2]
  34. ^ [3]
  35. ^ Sparrows Point website
  36. ^ Weaver's Cove website
  37. ^ Gasbridge

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