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Gazprom seeks a platform in the Amur Region for a gas processing complex

Gazprom in the near future should determine the place of construction of gas processing and helium plants.

At the moment, three options are being considered for the construction of the complex - in Seryshevsky, Svobodnensky and Blagoveshchensky districts. OOO Gazprom pererabotka plans to start construction in 2015 and complete by 2018. The Amur Gas Processing Complex (GPC) will include three main production facilities: gas processing, helium and gas chemical. The gas processing complex will produce commercial and feed gas, propane-butane mixture, polypropylene, glycols, polyethylene, and commercial helium. The gas chemical plant will be built later, in 2021-2029, by a partner - SIBUR.

In January, 2013, the total investment in the project was estimated at 620 billion rubles.

According to the Yakutsk-Sakha news agency, in addition to the construction of the Amur gas processing complex, the development of the Chayandinskoye oil and gas field in Yakutia and the construction of the first branch of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline - from Chayanda to Blagoveshchensk will begin. Gas will go to China through a branch in the area of ​​Verkhneblagoveshchenskoye.

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