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Vladimir Putin gave a start to pouring the foundation of the future Amur Gas Processing Plant

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday took part in the ceremony of laying the foundation for the construction of the Amur gas processing plant (the Gazprom project) near the city of Svobodny. “The project will enable us not only to fulfill our export obligations, but also provide an opportunity to expand the gasification of Yakutia, to begin the gasification of the Amur Region, here today is almost zero,” he said, stressing the value of the object.

Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller told the president about the construction of the "Siberia Power" gas pipeline, gave details of the Amur Gas Processing Plant project. From his words, the first two technological lines of the plant with a total capacity of 14 billion cubic meters. M of gas should be put into operation in May 2021 year. In total, the project provides for the introduction of six lines. "A lot of preparatory work has already been done to start the construction of the main production," Mr. Miller said and asked the president to give a command to lay the concrete of the first foundation of the GPP. Vladimir Putin ordered "forward" and wished the project good luck.

The investor and customer of the project is Gazprom Recycling Blagoveshchensk (the structure of Gazprom). Construction management is carried out by NIPIGAS (part of the SIBUR Group). The Amur Gas Processing Plant is being built to separate valuable fractions from gas supplied via the Siberia-to-China pipeline. The design was led by China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation (CRESS, the "daughter" of CNPC). The capacity of the Amur GPP is planned at 42 billion cubic meters. M gas per year, which makes the project one of the largest in the world. The plant will also produce up to 60 million cubic meters. M helium per year, in such volumes helium is not produced anywhere in the world. With the output of the Amur Gas Processing Plant at its designed capacity, the volume of natural gas processing in the Russian Federation will grow by more than 50%.