According to GlobalData’s LNG Regasification Database, there was a total regasification capacity of 7,652 billion cubic feet (bcf) in North America in 2022, shared across 3 countries. GlobalData uses proprietary data and analytics to provide a complete picture of the global LNG Liquefaction segment. Buy the latest LNG terminals profiles here.

In 2022, the US had the highest regasification capacity, followed by Mexico and Canada. Here are the 10 largest LNG regasification terminals in North America by capacity in 2022, according to GlobalData’s LNG Regasification Database.

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1. Sabine Pass Import LNG

Sabine Pass Import regasification terminal is located in Louisiana, the US. This terminal is owned by Cheniere Energy and operated by Sabine Pass LNG. It became operational in 2008 and has LNG regasification capacity of 1,460bcf. Buy the profile here.

2. Freeport Import LNG

Freeport Import LNG regasification terminal is owned by Chubu Electric Power Co, Freeport LNG Investments, Osaka Gas Co, and Tokyo Electric Power Co Holdings and operated by Freeport LNG Development. Located in Texas, the US, this terminal started operation in 2008 and has regasification capacity of 730bcf. Buy the profile here.

3. Golden Pass Import LNG

Located in Texas, the US, the Golden Pass Import regasification terminal is owned by Exxon Mobil and QatarEnergy. Golden Pass LNG Terminal operated terminal has LNG regasification capacity of 730bcf. Buy the profile here.

4. Cove Point Import LNG

Cove Point Import LNG regasification terminal is located in Maryland, the US. Owned by Berkshire Hathaway Energy Co, Dominion Energy and Others, it has LNG regasification capacity of 657bcf. The terminal started its operation in 1978 and is operated by Berkshire Hathaway Energy Co. Buy the profile here.

5. Lake Charles Import LNG

Lake Charles Import LNG regasification terminal is located in Louisiana, the US. Lake Charles LNG Co is the operator of this terminal, which became operational in 1981. It has LNG regasification capacity of 657bcf and is owned by Energy Transfer. Buy the profile here.

6. Elba Island Import LNG

The Elba Island Import LNG regasification terminal, in Georgia, the US, is owned by Kinder Morgan. The terminal became operational in 1972 and is operated by Southern Natural Gas Co. It has an LNG regasification capacity of 641bcf. Buy the profile here.

7. Cameron Import LNG

Cameron Import LNG regasification terminal is operated by Cameron LNG. It started operations in 2009 and is located in Louisiana, the US. The terminal has LNG regasification capacity of 548bcf and is owned by Mitsubishi Corp, Mitsui & Co, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, Sempra Energy and TotalEnergies. Buy the profile here.

8. Gulf Import LNG

Located in Mississippi, the US, the Gulf Import LNG regasification terminal started in 2011. It has LNG regasification capacity of 548bcf. Kinder Morgan Inc is the operator of this terminal and is owned by Kinder Morgan, Thunderbird Resources, Zenith Energy and Others. Buy the profile here.

9. Saint John Import LNG

Saint John Import is located in New Brunswick, Canada. It became operational in 2009 and has LNG regasification capacity of 438bcf. Canaport LNG is the operator of the terminal and it is owned by Repsol.

10. Energia Costa Azul

Owned by Sempra Energy, Energia Costa Azul LNG regasification terminal is located in Baja California, Mexico. It became operational in 2008. Sempra Energy is the operator of the terminal, which has LNG regasification capacity of 365bcf. Buy the profile here.

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