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Land under the Amur GPZ Gazprom will receive without bidding - EastRussia | Far East

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Gazprom will receive land for the Amur GPZ without bidding

Provision of a land plot for the construction of the Amursky GPZ OOO Gazprom pererabotka Blagoveshchensk (Gazprom subsidiary) was approved by the Government of the Russian Federation without bidding

Gazprom will receive land for the Amur GPZ without bidding
According to the order of the government, published on the official portal of legal information, the government instructed the Federal Property Management Agency to provide a conclusion with the company of land lease contracts with a total area of ​​374 341 sq. M. M.

Earlier it was reported that Gazprom expects to begin construction of the GPP foundation by the end of the year. Amur Gas Processing Plant will become the world's largest natural gas processing company, its design capacity is up to 42 billion cubic meters per year. At the GPP will be built 6 plants for processing 7 billion cubic meters. M of gas per year.

The plant will be built in five stages - the first stage involves the launch of two units for gas, that is, 14 billion cubic meters. M of gas. The construction of the Amur GPP is expected to be completed in 2024. The preliminary construction cost is 790,6 billion rubles, Interfax notes.

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.