Global growth in exports of liquefied natural gas will be “limited” in 2023 with new capacity addition at the lowest level in a decade, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).

In its latest weekly natural gas report, the EIA estimates only 1 billion cubic feet per day of new LNG capacity will be coming online globally this year, spread across four projects — two in Africa and two in Indonesia.

The Greater Tortue floating LNG operation offshore Senegal and Mauritania and the Tango FLNG project in Congo-Brazzaville would add a combined capacity of 400 million cubic feet per day.