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The first phase of the VNHK project in Primorye is being prepared for implementation.

23 July Acting President Governor of Primorsky Krai Vladimir Miklushevsky visited the construction site of the petrochemical complex, the press service of the administration reports.

Yuri Kasyuk, General Director of Vostochnaya Petrochemical Company, announced that the project was ready for the first stage. “Now 120 specialists are involved here. More than 30 kilometers of wells have already been drilled, the site is completely ready for engineering work. It is planned that builders will be able to enter the site in the near future, ”said Kasyuk.

The project will be implemented in three phases - the first will be completed in 2020, the second in 2022, and the third in 2028.

The construction of the complex with the designed processing capacity to 30 million tons of hydrocarbon raw materials per year is estimated at 1,3 trillion rubles. This is two times more than invested in the region in preparation for the APN Summit 2012.

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