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The implementation of the investment project for the construction of the LNG plant in Primorye is on schedule

The investment project for the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant by Gazprom in Primorye is being implemented in accordance with the confirmed schedule. This was reported by the press service of the regional administration, with reference to the Department of Energy, Oil and Gas Complex and Coal Industry of Primorye. OOO Gazprom LNG Vladivostok stressed that there are no delays from the schedule.

In November 2013, Primorsky Krai Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky and Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller signed a memorandum of understanding and cooperation in implementing the plant construction project. "First of all, this is a huge investment - $ 13,5 billion, which will be invested in the construction of a plant in the Khasan region," Miklushevsky said then.

The course of preparation for the construction of a plant for liquefying natural gas in the Khasansky district of Primorye is regularly discussed at the meetings of the working group under the leadership of the first vice-governor Vasily Usoltsev. To date, the preparation of design estimates for the first phase of the project in the land area on the Lomonosov peninsula has been completed. The documents are under consideration by the Glavgosexpertiza of the Russian Federation. The tender for choosing a contractor is planned to be held before the end of December this year.

The project will be implemented in three stages. The first one is the objects of the pioneer exit on the Lomonosov Peninsula in the Khasan region. The second is the facilities of the sea terminal for shipment and the cargo terminal, the third is the construction of the plant itself. The start-up of the plant is scheduled for the 4th quarter of 2018.

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