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Amur Gas Processing Plant will be connected to Power of Siberia

Glavgosexpertiza of Russia approved the project for connecting the Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP) in the Svobodny Tor to the Power of Siberia. The project provides for the installation of gas pipelines, connections, jumpers, nodes and other objects necessary to connect the object to the gas pipeline.

The projected underground gas pipelines will be part of the Power of Siberia integrated gas pipeline system. According to the press service of Glavgosexpertiza, the corridor of gas pipeline routes and a fiber-optic communication line will run from the crane nodes to the plant site. In the same place, they plan to build four main threads of gas pipelines connecting and six technological bridges between the main lines.

Gas pipelines have been designed taking into account the fact that the capacity of the gas processing plant will be 42 billion cubic meters of gas per year with the possibility of expansion to 56 billion cubic meters. We took into account the designers and the volume of gas supplies to China, which will be up to 52,7 billion cubic meters annually.

The GPP in the Amur Region is expected to become the largest helium production in the world and the second largest by gas processing volume. It will provide the required quality of the methane supplied through the Power of Siberia gas pipeline. According to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, the construction of the plant will require order 19 billion euros.