Shell ‘dominates’ LNG import contract volumes in 2022


Multinational oil and gas firm Shell “dominated” global long-term LNG import contract volumes signed by key purchasing companies in 2022, with a contracted capacity of 6.7 million tonnes per annum (mtpa).

That’s according to new research published by data and analytics company GlobalData that highlights Shell’s 2.6 mtpa deal with Mexico Pacific Ltd as its biggest long-term contract of 2022.

ENN Group ranked second in GlobalData’s findings, with contracts for a capacity of 3.3 mtpa secured in 2022.

Chevron and ExxonMobil signed contracts to import 3.0 mtpa of LNG each.

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