GIIGNL 2022 Annual Report
During 2021, LNG imports returned to robust growth, reaching 372.3 MT, a 4.5% increase over 2020. Asia remained the main demand center for LNG, growing by 7.1% DOWNLOAD
GIIGNL GIIGNL is a non-profit organisation whose objective is to promote the development of activities related to LNG: purchasing, importing, processing, transportation, handling, re-gasification and its various uses. GIIGNL MRV and GHG Neutral Framework
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The LNG Industry in 2021

372.3 MT

imported

19

exporting countries

44

importing markets

993 MTPA

total regasification capacity

462 MTPA

total liquefaction capacity

36.6 %

spot and short-term trade

News

TotalEnergies joins the North Field South LNG project

TotalEnergies joined QatarEnergy in the 16 MTPA North Field South (NFS) LNG project. Out of a total 25% interest available for international partners, TotalEnergies will hold a 9.375% participating interest. […]

Shell and Vitol LNG SPA with Tellurian terminated

Tellurian announced that its two 10-year SPAs for the supply of LNG from its Driftwood project signed with Shell and Vitol in 2021 were cancelled. The company updated its Driftwood […]

Germany starts construction of LNG terminal in Lubmin

Deutsche ReGas started construction of the 4.5 BCMA LNG receiving terminal Deutsche Ostsee located in Lubmin (Germany). The terminal will include an FSRU deployed according to the agreement for the […]

German Government acquires 99% stake in Uniper

German Government agreed to acquire the Uniper shares currently held by Fortum, resulting in a Federal Government stake of approximately 99% in the company. The government also agreed a capital […]

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