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The issue of land redemption for the construction of new industrial projects in the Amur region will be decided through a court in December - EastRussia | Far East






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The issue of buying land for the construction of new industrial projects in the Amur region since December will be decided through the court

The authorities of the Amur Region and investors of the Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP), engaged in the redemption of land for the construction of the plant, intend to sue the large landowner who agrees to sell their land at a price of not less than 1 million rubles for 1 ha, which is 3,5 times the officially fixed price Redemption

The issue of buying land for the construction of new industrial projects in the Amur region since December will be decided through the court
As the governor of the Amur Region, Alexander Kozlov, told reporters, the region’s authorities have passed a law allowing the withdrawal of land from December this year for the implementation of major investment projects through the courts.

In general, for the construction of the Amur Gas Processing Plant, it is necessary to have 1,47 thousand hectares of land. As of July, land issues were settled with the owners of 1,299 thousand hectares. Thus, to fully address this problem, it is necessary to agree with the owners of another 171 ha. According to unofficial information, the owner, who requires 1 million rubles for 1 ha, owns a site in 170 ha practically at the center of the future construction site. The land is redeemed at a price determined by an independent appraiser, - 282,5 thousand rubles for 1 ha.

"We see that individual citizens in 2014 year, using information about the construction site of the future plant, bought land, do not use them for their intended purpose, but simply try to break the jackpot from selling them. However, we have adopted a law at the regional level, allowing from the first days of December to withdraw these lands in court. There will already be a fixed price for 1 hectares, and not as the owners want - by 1 million rubles per hectare, "the head of Priamurye said.

In addition, in order to reduce the cost of the Amur GPP project, the Amur authorities have decided to “get away from unnecessary intermediaries who are not holders of the resources that will be needed at different stages of construction in the future and have already offered SIBUR (the general contractor of the GPP construction) to arrange their careers,” head of the region.

“Today there are already applications for 53 careers. In the same way, SIBUR will also come in terms of design of sites for pipe unloading, for rotational camps. We already have examples when companies that did not win Gazprom’s competition drive around the region and mislead local managers and are trying to buy back the land needed for GPP facilities, ”the governor said.

As Alexey Kozlov, a member of the board and managing director of administrative support for business and relations with state bodies of SIBUR, told journalists, at the present time, engineering preparation of the construction site has begun at the site of the future gas treatment facility.

"In addition, our designers from NIPIgazpererabotka work. The site employs about 300 people, at the peak of construction it will be over 15 thousand workers and various specialists. There are enough jobs for everyone. We focus on the local labor market, "A.Kozlov assured.

According to him, the company has experience in mobilizing such a large number of employees, since now SIBUR is actively building the Zapsibneftekhim petrochemical plant in the Tyumen region.

On Wednesday, a meeting of the working group on the implementation of gas investment projects in the Amur Region was held in Blagoveshchensk. It was attended by representatives of the government, companies engaged in the construction of the gas pipeline and gas processing plant (Gazprom transgaz Tomsk, Gazprom processing Blagoveshchensk, SIBUR), as well as design organizations.

Multi-component gas from the Yakutsk and Irkutsk gas production centers, created by Gazprom as part of the Eastern Gas Program, will be supplied to the GPP via the Power of Siberia gas pipeline. 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. The cost of building the Amur GPP alone is estimated at 0,8 trillion rubles. The plant will apply the technology of the German company Linde (its Russian project partner is NIPI NG Peton).