February 2006

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Growth remains strong throughout the HPI

Gas processing. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) growth is still bullish. Large capital expenditures are forecasted through the year 2025 with more than $50 billion in combined LNG projects coming onstream..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Gas processing. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) growth is still bullish. Large capital expenditures are forecasted through the year 2025 with more than $50 billion in combined LNG projects coming onstream within the next five years.1 The strongest growth areas will continue to be the Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions, Russia and Africa. The primary LNG consumers will be Japan, Korea, Spain and the US.1 Most of the capital expenditures will be spent developing grassroots facilities as well as for major expansions at existing complexes. The Boxscore database lists over 150 LNG projects globally that are in either planning, FEED or engineering stages or under construction. The gas processes lead

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