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EastRussia Newsletter: INC starts building gas condensate complex in Angara

EastRussia Newsletter: INC starts building gas condensate complex in Angara
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Irkutsk Oil Company (INC) has begun construction of a complex in Ust-Kut for the reception, storage and shipment of stable gas condensate (SGK) as part of a gas project. Three vertical storage tanks for SGK, each with a volume of three thousand cubic meters, are installed on the site of the new production facility, the next published issue of the EastRussia newsletter says.

Hydrotesting of tanks is planned in the second quarter. By the end of the year, it is planned to install a fourth tank and build a railway flyover for transporting the SGK to consumers. The complex is designed for the annual implementation of the volume of shipment to railway tanks of more than 600 thousand tons of gas condensate. The new facility is located near the existing complex for the reception, storage and shipment of liquefied petroleum gases.

The INC project has been implemented since 2014, during this time, facilities for the production and storage of reduced hydrocarbon gases were built at the Yarakta field (Ust-Kut and Katanga regions). By 2021, INC plans to build a gas processing plant, in 2023 - to launch a polymer plant in Ust-Kut.

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