The global regasification capacity increased from 36,562.4 bcf in 2014 to 45,103.6 bcf in 2019 at an AAGR of 4.2 percent. It is expected to increase from 45,103.6 bcf in 2019 to 59,996.0 bcf in 2024 at an AAGR of 5.7 percent. Japan, the US, South Korea, China, and Spain are the major countries accounting for 63.2 percent of the total regasification capacity of the world in 2019. Incheon (South Korea), Pyeongtaek (South Korea), and Sodegaura (Japan) are the largest regasification terminals of the world with capacities of 1,855.8 bcf, 1,721.8 bcf and 1,461.0 bcf respectively. These were commissioned in 1996, 1986 and 1973, respectively.


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