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GNL Quintero

GNL Quintero provides clean, efficient and safe energy to central Chile

Our company plays a fundamental role in the country's energy security.

We receive energy from multiple global sources and deliver it to Chilean homes and industries.

Our Terminal has the best available technology for receiving, storing and regasifying Liquefied Natural Gas.

We work in harmony with the environment, handling one of the cleanest and most efficient energy sources.

We comply with the highest safety standards in the design, construction and operation of our Terminal.

We put our energy to work for the development of Quintero and its people.

GNL Quintero is committed to Sustainability.

The LNG Market

Due to its advantages as regards the environment, safety, competitiveness and diversification, LNG has emerged as the world's preferred and fastest-growing fuel.

Forecasts for the coming years point to strong growth of the LNG industry due to factors that include world interest in the development of energies that are both efficient and clean, sustained growth of demand in developing countries such as China and India, the discovery of new reserves and the development of technologies that make it viable to extract natural gas from non-conventional sources.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) anticipates that, by 2035, natural gas will account for 25% of the world's energy matrix.

If you want to read more about the LNG market, see:


GIIGNL, The LNG industry 2015

IEA (International Energy Agency)

IGU World LNG Report - 2016


LNG in Chile

As a result of the uncertainty generated from 2004 in the provision and price of natural gas delivered by pipeline from Argentina, two projects for LNG regasification terminals were developed in Chile, to ensure the country's access to a secure, reliable supply of natural gas in the form of LNG. This would allow supplies to be purchased from producers anywhere in the world:

The GNL Quintero Terminal (www.gnlquintero.com), located on the Quintero Bay of the Valparaíso Region, opened in 2009 with a production capacity of 15 million cubic meters per day.

The GNL Mejillones Terminal (www.gnlm.cl), located in Mejillones Bay, Antofagasta Region, opened in 2010 with an initial production capacity of 5.5 million cubic metres per day.

If you want to read more about the LNG market in Chile, see:

National Energy Commission (CNE)

Natural Gas Distributors' Association (AGN)


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