Caribbean, South And Central America
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
In this region, there is currently only one existing liquefaction LNG terminal operating from the island country of Trinidad and Tobago.
Two regasification LNG terminals are located in the Dominican Republic and Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, an U.S. Outlying Territory.
The Republics of Venezuela and Peru possess some of the largest proven natural gas reserves in this region of the world. The Republic of Bolivia, a landlocked country with a substantial proven natural gas reserve, has entered into a proposal with the Republic of Peru to reach the international gas market with the proposed Pacific LNG facility.
In addition to these facilities, five LNG liquefaction terminal projects have been proposed or are under construction in the Republics of Columbia, Peru and Venezuela. Fifteen LNG regasification terminal projects have been proposed or are under construction in the Republic of Argentina, The Commonwealth of the Bahamas, the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Republic of Chile, the Republic of El Salvador, the Republic of Honduras, and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay. In addition, a joint LNG regasification project between Jamaica and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago has also been proposed.
The two proposed LNG regasification terminal projects in the Bahamas, located on the Grand Bahama Island and Ocean Cay Island, a man-made island, will connect with the natural gas network in Florida.
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