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More than 20 companies will become residents of the industrial park on Sakhalin
More than 20 companies are ready to become residents of the industrial park in Sakhalin. An agreement on this is planned to be signed at the Sakhalin Oil and Gas Conference, which will be held in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk from October 29 to 1.
Negotiations are underway with 24 large oil and gas companies that are ready to combine their services on a single territory. The industrial park will be located in the planning area of Novo-Aleksandrovsk in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
The Sakhalin Oil and Gas 2020 International Conference reached a new level this year, becoming the Far Eastern Energy Forum. It will take place in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk from September 29 to October 1. About 300 guests are expected to attend. Among the speakers are more than 80 leading experts and representatives of the oil and gas industry.
This year, the topic of the conference has been significantly expanded. New directions include clean energy and climate care, gas monetization projects. A total of ten sessions are scheduled.
Participants will discuss the impact of the “perfect storm” from the combination of the coronavirus pandemic, the oil price crash and the OPEC + agreement to cut production. Also, the conference will touch upon issues of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, gas monetization in the Russian Far East and the development of regional projects for the production of liquefied natural gas.
On the sidelines of the conference, the Sakhalin Oblast gasification program will be signed with PJSC Gazprom. For the first time, a visiting session of the Russian Academy of Sciences will be held within the framework of the forum.
Also, the conference participants will have four thematic round tables, more than 100 individual meetings with project operators, debates and panel discussions on the most pressing issues. As part of the business program, there will be an exposition of enterprises whose activities are concentrated in the production, transportation and processing of hydrocarbons.