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Linde signed a contract for the supply of equipment for the Amur Gas Processing Plant

The German engineering company Linde and the subsidiary institute SIBUR NIPIgazpererabotka (the general contractor for the construction of the Amur GPP) signed a binding contract at the end of December for the engineering and supply of equipment for all five phases of the plant construction

Linde signed a contract for the supply of equipment for the Amur Gas Processing Plant
As previously announced by Gazprom, Linde technology was chosen for low-temperature gas separation at the Amur Gas Processing Plant. Linde will design and supply equipment for the separation of ethane, NGL, helium, as well as purification, liquefaction and storage of helium. The project for the construction of the plant consists of five phases, ending in 2024 year, Linde reported.

The first phase includes 2 ethane separation unit and NGL (propane, butane, pentane, gersane) and one - helium. After the completion of the construction Amur Gas Processing Plant will be one of the largest in the world, processing 49 billion cubic meters. M of gas per year, writes Linde.

Also, the German company reported that recently the heads of Gazprom and Linde, Alexey Miller and Wolfgang Büchele, signed an agreement on strategic cooperation on existing and future projects, including localization of production in the Russian Federation, Interfax reports.