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Global LNG Planned Terminals - Current Status, Investments, Start Up and Terminal Details to 2020

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Published Date » 2012-06-01
No. Of Pages » 56
   
   
 Global LNG industry has witnessed massive changes in 2011 and 2012. Investments in shale, continuing higher imports to Japan, Ongoing European recession, Delays in Australian and Nigerian LNG projects, Pending approvals from countries along with Capital and technical problems pose tough challenges for investors, traders and equipment & service providers. To reduce uncertainty on projects status of planned terminals and to understand the evolution of the industry to 2020, LNGReports has come up with its new report on “Global LNG Planned Terminals - Current Status, Investments, Start Up and Terminal Details to 2020”.  
   
 The report provides complete information on all planned LNG terminals and insights into each of the markets with planned terminals....
Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables

2 Global Planned Liquefaction Terminals- Status Updates
2.1 Key LNG Events in May 2012
2.2 Newly Realized Liquefaction Projects/ Ready for Commencement
2.3 Liquefaction Projects Cancelled/ Suspended
2.4 Planned Liquefaction Terminals under Construction
2.5 Planned Liquefaction Projects witnessing Delays in Realization

3 Global Planned Regasification Terminals- Status Updates
3.1 Newly Realized Regasification Projects
3.2 Global Planned Regasification Projects Cancelled/ Suspended
3.3 Terminals Approved but Not under Construction
3.4 Planned Regasification Terminals under Construction
3.5 Planned Regasification Projects witnessing Delays in Realization

4 Planned LNG Terminals in Asia Pacific- Current Status
4.1 Australia Planned Projects
4.1.1 Newly Added Projects
4.1.2 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.2 Indonesia Planned Projects
4.2.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.3 Papua New Guinea Planned Projects
4.3.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.4 Bangladesh Planned Projects
4.4.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.5 China Planned Projects
4.5.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.6 India Planned Projects
4.6.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.7 Japan Planned Projects
4.7.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.8 Malaysia Planned Projects
4.8.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.9 Pakistan Planned Projects
4.9.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.10 Singapore Planned Projects
4.10.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
4.11 Vietnam Planned Projects
4.11.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates

5 Planned LNG Terminals in Europe - Current Status
5.1 Russian Federation Planned Projects
5.1.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.2 Croatia Planned Projects
5.2.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.3 France Planned Projects
5.3.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.4 Germany Planned Projects
5.4.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.5 Ireland Planned Projects
5.5.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.6 Italy Planned Projects
5.6.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.7 Lithuania Planned Projects
5.7.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.8 Poland Planned Projects
5.8.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.9 Spain Planned Projects
5.9.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
5.10 United Kingdom Planned Projects
5.10.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates

6 Planned LNG Terminals in Middle East - Current Status
6.1 Iran Planned Projects
6.1.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
6.2 Iraq Planned Projects
6.2.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
6.3 Bahrain Planned Projects
6.3.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
6.4 Israel Planned Projects
6.4.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
6.5 United Arab Emirates Planned Projects
6.5.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates

7 Planned LNG Terminals in Africa - Current Status
7.1 Angola Planned Projects
7.1.1 Newly Added Projects
7.2 Nigeria Planned Projects
7.2.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
7.3 South Africa Planned Projects
7.3.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates

8 Planned Liquefaction Terminals in North America - Current Status
8.1 Canada Planned Projects
8.1.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
8.2 United States Planned Projects
8.2.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
8.3 Mexico Planned Projects
8.3.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates

9 Planned LNG Terminals in South and Central America - Current Status
9.1 Jamaica Planned Projects
9.1.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
9.2 Puerto Rico Planned Projects
9.2.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
9.3 Uruguay Planned Projects
9.3.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
9.4 Chile Planned Projects
9.4.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
9.5 Dominican Republic Planned Projects
9.5.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
9.6 Bahamas Planned Projects
9.6.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates
9.7 Venezuela Planned Projects
9.7.1 LNG Projects- Status Updates

10 Appendix
10.1 Abbreviations
10.2 LNG Conversions
10.3 Sources and Methodology
10.4 About LNGReports
10.5 Disclaimer

List of Tables


Table 1: Planned Liquefaction Terminals Realized and Ready for Commencement, 2012
Table 2: Planned Liquefaction Terminals Suspended/ On Hold/ Cancelled, May 2012
Table 3: Planned Liquefaction Terminals Under Construction, 2012
Table 4: Planned Liquefaction Projects Delayed Globally- Initial and Current Start Dates, Capacity (million Tonnes), 2012-2020
Table 5: Planned Regasification Terminals Realized during 2012 and Ready for Commencement, 2012
Table 6: Planned Regasification Terminals Suspended/ On Hold/ Cancelled
Table 7: Planned Regasification Terminals Approved but not under Construction
Table 8: Planned Regasification Terminals Under Construction, 2012
Table 9: Planned Regasification Projects Delayed Globally- Initial and Current Start Dates, Capacity (million Tonnes), 2012-2020
Table 10: Australia Planned Liquefaction Terminals- Current Status
Table 11: Indonesia Planned Liquefaction Terminals- Current Status
Table 12: Indonesia Planned Regasification Terminals- Current Status
Table 13: Papua New Guinea LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 14: Bangladesh LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 15: China LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 16: India LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 17: Japan LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 18: Malaysia LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 19: Pakistan LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 20: Singapore LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 21: Vietnam LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 22: Russian Federation LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 23: Croatia LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 24: France LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 25: Germany LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 26: Ireland LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 27: Italy LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 28: Lithuania LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 29: Poland LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 30: Spain LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 31: United Kingdom LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 32: Iran LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 33: Iraq LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 34: Bahrain LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 35: Israel LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 36: UAE LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 37: Nigeria LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 38: South Africa LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 39: Canada LNG Planned Liquefaction Terminals- Current Status
Table 40: Canada Planned Regasification Terminals- Current Status
Table 41: United States Planned Liquefaction Terminals- Current Status
Table 42: United States Planned Regasification Terminals- Current Status
Table 43: Mexico LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 44: Jamaica LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 45: Puerto Rico LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 46: Uruguay LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 47: Chile LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 48: Dominican Republic LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status
Table 49: Bahamas LNG Planned Terminals- Current Status

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