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Preparation of documents for Amur gas processing complex will cost Gazprom at 7,08 billion rubles
OAO NIPIgazpererabotka, a subsidiary of SIBUR Holding, will provide OOO Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk with services to support the project for the construction of a gas processing complex (GPK) in the Amur Region for 7,08 billion rubles, according to the materials of Gazprom.
The company will provide the customer, in particular, with consulting services for the preparation of a package of documents for obtaining a building permit; analysis of the project implementation schedule; services for selecting a contractor for detailed design; services for the selection of contractors for the organization and start of work on the engineering preparation of the construction site, writes "Yasia".
It follows from the materials that Gazprom expects no later than June 30, 2016 to obtain a permit for the construction of project facilities that require such a permit and for which a positive conclusion has been received from the FAU Glavgosexpertiza of the Russian Federation.
Как reported earlier EastRussia, September 20, 2014 in Blagoveshchensk, a cooperation agreement was signed between the government of the Amur Region, Gazprom Transgaz Tomsk, Gazprom Pererabotka and SIBUR.
Gas pipeline "The Power of Siberia" is necessary for the supply of fuel to China, as well as to a number of regions of Russia remote from the center. At the first stage of construction, the pipe will connect Yakutia, Khabarovsk and Vladivostok, at the second stage the gas pipeline will be extended from Yakutia to the Irkutsk region. The total length of the Power of Siberia is almost 4 km. Its capacity will be 61 billion cubic meters of gas per year.
In the Amur Region, Gazprom oversees the construction of a part of the Power of Siberia trunk pipeline. Work in the Amur region has already begun. In the region, the parties to the agreement will build gas processing plants and distribution stations, as well as continue work on gasification. 366 settlements in the region still live on coal and fuel oil. Residents of Amur associate the construction of the gas pipeline with the creation of new jobs and an improvement in the quality of life. Gas workers have confirmed that they will help the region.
“With the arrival of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline, gasification of the region will begin. We have 366 settlements, and everyone is waiting and pinning their hopes on this project, "said the Acting Governor of the Sakhalin Region Oleg Kozhemyako. He also said that up to 2022 year on the territory of the region will be gasified 92% of settlements.