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Terminal for transshipment of liquefied hydrocarbons will start working in 2023 in Sovgavan

Terminal for transshipment of liquefied hydrocarbons will start working in 2023 in Sovgavan
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A transport and transshipment complex for transshipment of liquefied hydrocarbon gases will start operating in Sovetskaya Gavan in the second half of 2023. The total cost of the project is 21,3 billion rubles, the investor has already invested 6,8 billion rubles.

As reported to IAA EastRussia in the press service of the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District, Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Trutnev visited the seaport Sovetskaya Gavan as part of a working trip to the Khabarovsk Territory and got acquainted with the creation of the terminal of the resident of the free port of the Remstal company.

Yuri Trutnev instructed the KRDV to assist the investor to use the free port regime in the creation of related infrastructure.

The terminal is designed for receiving, temporary storage and shipment of liquefied hydrocarbon gases (propane, butane, SPBT). The products will be delivered by rail tank cars, delivered to a temporary storage warehouse and shipped to ice-class sea gas carriers for export to the APR countries.

According to the investor, the terminal will operate around the clock in the second half of 2023. Its annual cargo turnover will be one million tons.

The investor intends to invest 4,2 billion rubles in the reconstruction of the public railway station "Sovetskaya Gavan - Gorod", after the reconstruction the station will be transferred to the balance of JSC "Russian Railways".

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