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Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Facilities and Total Storage Capacities

September 1, 2021

 

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Facilities and Total Storage Capacities

YEAR NUMBER OF RECORDS IN SERVICE CAPACITY IN SERVICE ABANDONED CAPACITY ABANDONED RETIRED CAPACITY RETIRED
2020 170 165 57,975,833 3 2,857 2 116,007
2019 167 163 56,705,066 1 0 3 139,300
2018 163 157 55,502,731 2 37,000 4 139,300
2017 159 151 53,279,688 2 37,000 6 116,000
2016 156 152 52,737,444 1 0 3 116,000
2015 150 145 53,000,528 1 0 4 127,499
2014 131 126 53,463,546 1 0 4 262,215
2013 122 119 53,606,849 1 0 2 116,000
2012 132 130 52,973,045 1 37,000 1 0
2011 167 128 53,240,260 1 37,000 1 0
2010 171 122 44,900,462 1 37,000 1 0

 

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Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Facilities and Total Storage Capacities Chart Year 2020

Last updated: Wednesday, September 1, 2021