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Mini-plant of LNG on Sakhalin is loaded due to gas refueling and boiler-houses
In October this year, the government of the Sakhalin Oblast will adopt a program for building a network of gas stations throughout the island. Governor Oleg Kozhemyako said that the population will be more active in converting cars to gasoline fuel, and noted that diesel generators and boiler houses are being converted to gas fuel at the same time in settlements of Sakhalin.
These measures, according to the head of the region, will help to load the capacity of the mini LNG plant launched in Sakhalin in early September. As reported by TASS, they will be fully loaded in 2019-2020 years as regional gasification programs are implemented.
For the production of LNG, the plant uses natural gas extracted from the Sakhalin-2 project. Its cost amounted to 800 million rubles, all work on the construction of the enterprise was completed in two years. In the future, two more lines of the plant are planned to be built on Sakhalin.