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The Amursky gas processing plant under construction was connected by a railway branch with Zabrozh

The contractor SviazStroyMontazh completed the construction of a railway distillation in the Amur Region from the construction site of the Amur Gas Processing Plant (the Gazprom project) to the Trans-Baikal Railway network (ZabZhD, a branch of Russian Railways), according to a joint press center of the Amur Integrated Project.

It is reported that the overtaking will allow the delivery of goods and equipment from the station. Factory-2 (adjacent to Ust-Pera station) to Zavodskaya station (construction site of Amursky GPP). The site is planned to be used after the construction of the Amur Gas Processing Plant. The length of the site is 12 km.

The construction of the railway infrastructure for the Amur Gas Processing Plant is designed for cargo turnover up to 2,4 million tons per year.

Projects of the Amur Gas Processing Plant of Gazprom and the Amur MCC SIBUR are the gas processing cluster of the Amur Region. The objects are being built near the town of Svobodny.
The Amur Gas Processing Plant provides for the preparation of natural gas for supply to China, as well as the production of liquefied petroleum gases, pentane-hexane fraction, helium and ethane fraction. GPP designed capacity of 42 billion cubic meters. m per year will be Russia's largest natural gas processing company and the world leader in helium production (up to 60 million cubic meters per year). The Amur MCC will be technologically connected with the GPP and process ethane for production of about 1,5 million tons of polyethylene per year.
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