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EastRussia Bulletin: the creation of new branches of gas processing and gas chemistry is gaining momentum in the Amur Region
In the Amur Region, the creation of a new industry - gas processing and gas chemistry - is gradually progressing, according to the bulletin “Far East: Events. Analytics. Trends ”(No. 39).
The Amur Gas Chemical Complex, a subsidiary of SIBUR-Holding, was registered. The authorized capital of the enterprise is 1 million rubles, but the actual decision on the construction of the Amur gas chemical complex in the holding has not yet been made. The complex itself should be engaged in the production of petroleum products, the production of plastics and synthetic resins.
It was previously noted that the project is supposed to be implemented in the presence of a foreign partner who can share financial risks and provide support to the holding when entering the Asian market. But so far there is no certainty with such a partner. Among Russian companies, the project will be technologically linked with the Amur Gas Processing Plant of Gazprom, the creation of which is also in the strategic plans and is associated with the construction of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline - by the end of 2014 the companies intend to conclude an agreement on the supply of ethane from the facilities of the gas processing plant.
The possible volume of investment in the construction of the complex is not disclosed, however, according to the estimates of the Ministry of Economic Development, it can amount to 11,5 billion. At the same time, the budget will be able to provide about 25,5 billion rubles.
Weekly Newsletter “The Far East: Events. Analytics. Trends "comes out on Tuesdays and spreads by electronic subscription. Subscription is made on the site EastRussia.ru. Bulletin # 39 will be sent to 9 December subscribers.