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Entry of a mini-LNG plant on Sakhalin is scheduled for the first half of the year 2018 - EastRussia | Far East






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The launch of a mini LNG plant on Sakhalin is scheduled for the first half of the year 2018

Construction of a mini-plant that will liquefy the gas of the Sakhalin-2 project is being completed in the village of Dalniy Sakhalin Oblast, the facility is ready for 90%, the press service of the regional government said on Monday.

It is reported that LNG storage tanks are installed in the territory. “We carry out interblock equipment binding, laying of cables for automation and fire extinguishing systems. We will start the commissioning work in February, - it is assumed that in the first and second quarters of 2018, the plant will start production, ”said in a message the words of Sakhalin chief engineer Alexander Zinoviev.

Construction began last year with the support of the Sakhalin Region Development Corporation. “The commissioning of the new plant will gradually lead to changes in the island's municipal energy sector, and the transfer of municipal and private boiler-houses to more environmentally friendly fuel will begin. It is important that LNG is cheaper than diesel fuel, on which many Sakhalin and Kuril energy enterprises still operate. The possibility of transferring to the Nevel gas boiler house is being considered. The next LNG buyer could be a fishing company from the village of Ozersky, Korsakovsky district, ”the press service quotes. about. Deputy Prime Minister of the region, Vladimir Sidorenko.

The design capacity of the plant 1,5 tons LNG per hour. The company will make it possible to transfer remote settlements to gas without laying expensive pipelines.