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World LNG Map 2015 by Petroleum Economist has been fully updated, providing a comprehensive guide to the world's LNG industry.
LNG export plants and import terminals by status (operational, under construction, planned or proposed, speculative).
For export plants the following information is provided: status, start-up year, operator, shareholders, capacity (m t/y), no of trains, process method, gas fields.
For import terminals the following information is provided: status; start-up year (plus expansions, if any), operator and receiving source.
LNG trade movements detailing exports and imports by country in Bn cm
World trade detailing exports and imports by region in Bn cm from 2004 - 2013 including 2015 start-up projects
LNG Vessel order book
Inset maps show:
Existing and future LNG exporting countries as at April 2015
United States importing terminals and exporting plants by key states
Qatar and UAE exporting plants
Chinese importing terminals
Southwest European importing terminals
Japanese importing terminals
East Mediterranean importing terminals and exporting plants
Size: 1,470mm x 891mm
Scale: 1, 23,000,000
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