July 2005

Special Report: LNG and GTL Developments

North American LNG terminals: Options?

Several critical factors should be considered when designing receiving facilities

Worldwide demand for natural gas (NG) is steadily rising, most notably in North America. The projected gap between supply and demand will be met by commodities such as liquefied natural gas (LNG), which is seen as a key element for future NG supply. LNG will be supplied to North America via receiving terminals, including the six conventional which are in operation and new facilities to be built. These terminals will secure supply from producers all over the globe. Consequently, a new receiving terminal is affected by each element along the entire LNG value chain. NG transportation. Domestic gas suppliers are faced with a dilemma: how best to transport NG to market in an efficient, reli

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