Trinidad and Tobago remains major LNG exporter to US

Mar 27, 2008 01:00 AM

Trinidad and Tobago last year exported a record 451 bn cf (12.8 bn cm) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the US, up 15.6 % from 2006, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). The Caribbean country is the leading exporter of LNG to the US, which imported a record 771 bn cf of the fuel in 2007, up 32.1 % from the previous year.
"LNG import volumes increased as Trinidad and Tobago exports reached a record-high level with a recent expansion of liquefaction capacity in the country," EIA said in a report.

Atlantic LNG in Trinidad and Tobago now has four operational trains, the newest of which is the largest in the world with the capacity to liquefy 240 bn cfpy (5.2 mm tpy), the report said.
Last month, Trinidad and Tobago's energy and energy industries minister Conrad Enil announced that in partnership with the UK's BG Group, the government had begun a feasibility study for LNG train X. Study results are due in the second quarter of this year.

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