Located in Texas, the US, the Corpus Christi LNG liquefaction terminal is operated by Corpus Christi Liquefaction. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 1,100 active and developing LNG terminals worldwide, the terminal started operations in 2019 and is owned by Cheniere Energy. Buy the profile here.

The Corpus Christi LNG Liquefaction terminal receives feed gas from Eagle Ford Shale.

With three trains, the Corpus Christi terminal has an LNG production capacity of 13.5Mtpa (million tons per annum), which is expected to remain the same as 13.5Mtpa by 2030.

Approximately 80% of the installed capacity is committed through long-term contracts, which amounts equates to 10.8Mtpa.

During the period 2021-2025, the Corpus Christi liquefaction plant is expected to witness an estimated capex of $450m.

For more details on the Corpus Christi LNG liquefaction terminal, buy the profile here.


GlobalData, the leading provider of industry intelligence, provided the underlying research used to produce this article.

This information is drawn from GlobalData’s Oil & Gas Intelligence Center, which provides detailed profiles of 34,000+ oil and gas fields, 400,000+ exploration blocks, 1,100+ LNG terminals, 3,400+ gas processing plants, 5,000+ storage terminals, and 8,000+ pipelines, 1,400+ refineries and 13,000+ petrochemical plants worldwide.