According to GlobalData’s LNG regasification database, globally there was a total regasification capacity of 48,713 billion cubic feet (bcf) in 2022, shared across 49 countries. GlobalData uses proprietary data and analytics to provide a complete picture of the global LNG regasification segment. Buy latest LNG terminal profiles here.

In 2022, Japan had the highest regasification capacity, followed by the US and South Korea. Here are the 10 largest LNG regasification terminals in the world by capacity in 2022, according to GlobalData’s LNG regasification database.

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1. Incheon LNG

Incheon regasification terminal is located in Incheon, South Korea. This terminal is owned and operated by Korea Gas. It became operational in 1996 and has LNG regasification capacity of 1,856bcf. Buy the profile here.

2. Pyeongtaek LNG

Pyeongtaek LNG regasification terminal is owned and operated by Korea Gas. Located in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, this terminal started operation in 1986 and has regasification capacity of 1,722bcf. Buy the profile here.

3. Sodegaura LNG

Located in Chiba, Japan, the Sodegaura LNG regasification terminal is owned by Tokyo Electric Power Co and Tokyo Gas Co. Tokyo Gas Co operated terminal has LNG regasification capacity of 1,461bcf. Buy the profile here.

4. Sabine Pass Import LNG

Sabine Pass Import LNG regasification terminal is located in Louisiana, the US. Owned by Cheniere Energy, it has LNG regasification capacity of 1,460bcf. The terminal started its operation in 2008 and is operated by Sabine Pass LNG. Buy the profile here.

5. Futtsu LNG

Futtsu LNG regasification terminal is located in Chiba, Japan. Tokyo Electric Power Co is the operator of this terminal, which became operational in 1985.  It has LNG regasification capacity of 918bcf and is owned by Tokyo Electric Power Co, and Toyota Tsusho. Buy the profile here.

6. Dahej LNG

The Dahej LNG regasification terminal, in Gujarat, India, is owned by Bharat Petroleum, GAIL (India) , Indian Oil, and Oil and Natural Gas. The terminal became operational in 2004 and is operated by Petronet LNG. It has an LNG regasification capacity of 852bcf. Buy the profile here.

7. Tongyeong LNG

Tongyeong LNG regasification terminal is operated by Korea Gas. It started operations in 2002 and is located in Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea. The terminal has LNG regasification capacity of 806bcf and is owned by Korea Gas. Buy the profile here.

8. South Hook LNG

Located in Wales, the UK, the South Hook LNG regasification terminal started in 2009. It has LNG regasification capacity of 760bcf. South Hook LNG Terminal Co is the operator of this terminal and is owned by QatarEnergy, Exxon Mobil, and TotalEnergies. Buy the profile here.

9. Freeport Import LNG

Freeport Import is located in Texas, the US. It became operational in 2008 and has LNG regasification capacity of 730bcf. Freeport LNG Development is the operator of the terminal, and it is owned by Freeport LNG Investments, Chubu Electric Power Co, Tokyo Electric Power Co, and Osaka Gas Co. Buy the profile here.

10. Golden Pass Import LNG

Owned by QatarEnergy and Exxon Mobil, Golden Pass Import LNG regasification terminal is located in Texas, the US. It became operational in 2011. Golden Pass LNG Terminal is the operator of the terminal, which has LNG regasification capacity of 730bcf. Buy the profile here.

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