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The export of gas to China along the western route becomes a reality

The Bovanenkovskoye field, the largest on the Yamal Peninsula, has been enriched by another gas field, which in the near future will increase gas production by 1,5 times or up to 90 billion cubic meters per year, and in the future - up to 140 billion cubic meters.

The opening of another gas field creates a real opportunity for exporting gas to China via the western route, says Gazprom head Alexei Miller, which in turn means diversifying gas supplies from Western Siberia.

Recall that on November 9 this year, Russia and the PRC signed a Memorandum on gas supplies from Russia to China via the western route. At the same time, a framework agreement on gas supplies via the western route was signed between Gazprom and CNPC. Initially, it is assumed that the volume of supplies will be around 30 billion cubic meters of gas per year. In the future, this figure may reach 100 billion cubic meters.

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