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Gazprom wants to send Sakhalin gas to China
The head of Gazprom, Alexei Miller, at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin said the company was considering the possibility of delivering gas to China via the Far Eastern route from the Sakhalin production center. The project will complement the “Force of Siberia”.
Vladimir Putin did not object and again suggested that the head of the company pay attention to the use of resources of the Irkutsk region and Krasnoyarsk Territory. He also asked Alexey Miller to look at the reserves of Yamal, which could become part of a project to supply gas to China through Mongolia.
According to Miller, gas through the Power of Siberia will go from Russia to China on December 1. For 30 years, China will receive one trillion cubic meters of gas. The Power of Siberia gas trunkline will transport gas from the Irkutsk and Yakutsk gas production centers to Russian consumers in the Far East and to China. The length of the pipeline will be about three thousand km.