A quiet year for LNG

A quiet year for LNG 2020 has been a quiet year for the global LNG industry, certainly as far as project development is concerned. The Covid-19 global pandemic has had a negative effect across the whole industry, from plants to shipyards. If 2019 was business as usual for the booming LNG industry, then 2020 hasn’t been. Final Investment Decisions (FIDs) taken for LNG export plants in 2019 totalled 7 across 4 countries in 3 continents, for a total nameplate capacity of just under 78 million t/y. Full details of all these projects are to be found on the Global Energy Infrastructure database. In Africa, the 12.88 million t/y, Total-led Mozambique LNG reached FID along with NNPC’s long awaite

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