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Amur Gas Processing Plant to receive water treatment plant for operation in harsh climatic conditions by September - EastRussia | Far East






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The water treatment plant for operation in severe climatic conditions will receive by September Amur gas processing plant

The sewage treatment plant KOS-850 worth more than 160 million rubles will build for the Amursky gas processing plant (GPP) Group of Companies (CC) "Stark"

The water treatment plant for operation in severe climatic conditions will receive by September Amur gas processing plant
This was announced today by the press service of the enterprise.

"GC" Stark "will carry out a project for PJSC" Gazprom "for construction of sewage treatment plants of WWTP-850 in the framework of the Amur Gas Processing Plant. The project team of the water treatment department of GC "Stark" has started the production of a sewage treatment plant of the Amursky gas processing plant with the capacity of 850 cubic meters per day and costing more than 160 million rubles, "the report said.

The water treatment plant is designed for operation under severe climatic conditions with a minimum air temperature of 52 degrees below zero. "Installing KOS-850 is an environmentally significant project aimed at protecting the environment and the unique nature of the Amur Region by reducing emissions of harmful substances in the territory of the Svobodnensky district," the company emphasized.

It is noted that the package includes power supply systems, electrical equipment, power cables, uninterruptible power supply units, lightning protection materials and grounding.

Completion of the water treatment plant is planned in September 2016, TASS notes.

In October 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin launched the construction of a gas processing plant in the Amur Region. The head of Gazprom Alexei Miller reported that the plant will process 49 billion cubic meters of gas per year. The multi-component gas of the Yakutsk and Irkutsk gas production centers created by Gazprom within the framework of the implementation of the Eastern Gas Program will be supplied to the plant via the "Siberia Power" gas pipeline. The product of processing - ethane - will be supplied to the gas-chemical complex of the company "Sibur", where it will produce, in particular, polyethylene.

The Amur Gas Processing Plant will be built near the city of the Free Amur Region. The plant will include the world's largest production of helium.