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Gasification of Sakhalin in 2018-2020 years will cost 14,5 billion rubles.

Gazprom and the government of the Sakhalin region are planning to invest 2021 billion rubles in the gasification of Sakhalin by 14,5, a deputy chairman of the board of the gas concern Valery Golubev told journalists in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk on Wednesday.

"Today, in detail, we with the regional authorities considered the schedule of gasification works for 2018 year, and the objects that will be completed before the year 2021. During this period, Gazprom has to invest in the gasification of the region 4,5 billion rubles, Sakhalin region - about 10 billion rubles. "- quotes his words" Interfax ". This year, Gazprom will invest more than 1 billion rubles, the region - 1,5 billion rubles. According to him, three years on the island, it is planned to gasify about 10 thousand households and build eight gas distribution stations that will supply gas from the main gas pipeline of the Sakhalin-2 project, which runs from north to south of Sakhalin. "Over the past 10 years, we have invested almost 4,5 billion rubles in the gasification of Sakhalin. and the level of gasification of the island increased three-fold - from 14% to the current 36%. But this is much lower than in other Russian regions, "- quotes the agency of Mr. Golubev.

According to Governor Oleg Kozhemyako, it is reported that the level of gasification of the Sakhalin Oblast by 2021 is planned to be increased to 60%.

The agency also reports that at a meeting on Wednesday the company and the regional government agreed on a schedule for 2018 and construction of facilities in 2019 so that Gazprom and the regional authorities synchronized their work. Due to the region, the island is constructing local gas pipelines within and between settlements.
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