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Medvedev approved the creation of an LNG terminal in Kamchatka

Medvedev approved the creation of an LNG terminal in Kamchatka
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Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev approved the construction of a terminal for transshipment of liquefied natural gas in Kamchatka and signed an order amending the territorial planning scheme. The facility will allow gas to be transferred via the Northern Sea Route from the Sabetta seaport in the Gulf of Ob to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

As the InterfaxAccording to the government’s document, the construction of an LNG terminal in Bechevinskaya Bay was included in the territorial planning scheme. Construction company will Novatek. As part of the project, she will build two floating LNG storage, approach channel in Bechevinsky bay, the mooring of the port fleet.

Ministry of Development is ready allocate 5,2 billion rubles on the creation of port infrastructure in Bechevinsky bay. The total amount of public and private investment in construction will be 108 billion rubles, 69,5 billion of which will be private investment. In April, it became known that Novatek would receive from the federal budget in 2020 28 billion as state support for the project.

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