GlobalData’s latest report, ‘Gas Processing Industry Outlook in Europe, North America, and FSU to 2025 – Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Details of All Operating and Planned Processing Plants,’ says that as of September 2021, North America had 1,772 active gas processing plants with a total capacity of 223,562 million cubic feet per day (MMcfd). The region’s share in the global gas processing capacity is 36.6%.
Major active gas processing plants of North America are Prudhoe Bay (US), Empress (Canada) and Empress II (Canada).
In North America, as of September 2021, the US leads with an active gas processing capacity of 129,421MMcfd. Prudhoe Bay, Channahon and Meeker are the major active gas processing plants in the country.
Canada is the second-highest country with an active gas processing capacity of 87,044MMcfd. Empress, Empress II and Cochrane are the major active gas processing plants in the country.
Mexico follows with a gas processing capacity of 7,097MMcfd. Cactus, Nuevo Pemex and Ciudad Pemex are the major active gas processing plants in the country.