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Found at the construction site of the Amur GPP bunker does not interfere with the work - SIBUR - EastRussia | Far East






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The bunker found at the site of the Amursky gas processing plant construction will not interfere with the work - SIBUR

During the preparation of the site for the construction of the Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP), an underground bunker was found that does not represent historical value, in the opinion of experts, and therefore the underground structure can be mothballed

The bunker found at the site of the Amursky gas processing plant construction will not interfere with the work - SIBUR
The underground construction does not represent historical value, and this discovery will not affect the construction time, said Alexey Kozlov, board member, managing director for administrative support of business and relations with government bodies of SIBUR Company (general contractor of construction), at a briefing on Wednesday.

"We found a specialized enterprise, where we were offered ways to preserve the facility. It is difficult to name its purpose, it is a reinforced concrete structure. There are different points of view how it could be used. In any case, it is already abandoned and will not be used for its purpose, "A.Kozlov said.

As it was reported, in October of this year, the work on clearing the territory for the future GPP was suspended due to the fact that the builders hooked a concrete reinforced concrete slab, similar to a military bunker or underground storehouse, with a layer of earth.

The Amursky GPP, whose construction began in the Amur region, will become the largest in Russia and one of the world's largest natural gas processing enterprises, with its designed capacity - up to 49 billion cubic meters per year. The cost of construction is 790,6 billion rubles. The plant will use the technology of the German company Linde (its Russian partner in the project is NIPI NG "Peeton").
At the GPP, the "Siberia Power" gas pipeline will receive a multicomponent gas from the Yakutsk and Irkutsk gas production centers set up by Gazprom as part of the implementation of the Eastern Gas Program.

The ethane allocated at the Amur GPP is planned to be supplied to the Amursky Chemical Combine, the construction of which is being considered by SIBUR.