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Public hearings on the LNG plant in Perevoznaya
In the village of Slavyanka, the regional center of the Khasansky District of the Primorsky Territory, public hearings were held on the project for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant. Gazprom plans to build it in the Perevoznaya Bay area at Cape Lomonosov. According to RIA Vostok-Media, the results of the preliminary environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the port facilities and engineering infrastructure of the LNG plant were presented. This document was prepared by specialists from the capital firm "Diem". According to Muscovites, the construction and operation of these facilities will have "limited, local, moderate and generally permissible impact on the environment."
The hearings were attended by residents of the settlements closest to the planned plant - Perevoznoye, Bezverkhovo and Primorskaya, as well as representatives of district and settlement administrations, ecologists, scientists, the public from Vladivostok and the region, representatives of Gazprom and its contractor for the design of the plant, and journalists.
As a result, the hearings were declared valid.