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VNKhK began to search on the site of construction

Vostochnaya Petrochemical Company has started engineering surveys at the proposed construction site for an oil refining complex in the Partizansky District of Primorye. The largest Russian design organizations are studying the natural conditions in the Elizarov Valley and its environs - the state of soils, atmospheric air, flora and fauna. The exact characteristics of the site are necessary for the development of technical solutions that will make it possible to build an environmentally friendly enterprise, the press service of VNHK reported.

The oil refining production of VNHK CJSC with a capacity of 30 million tons of hydrocarbon raw materials per year is planned to be located in the Elizarov valley, near the village of Novolitovsk. The project involves three stages, but so far the first two have been agreed and are being implemented - the processing of 12 million tons of oil per year to obtain high-quality gasoline, aviation kerosene and diesel fuel, and the processing of 3,4 million tons of straight-run naphtha and liquefied hydrocarbon gases into polyethylene and polypropylene.

Currently, the design documentation for the 1st and 2nd stages is being developed. The general designer is Angarskneftekhimproekt OJSC. The institute is also responsible for research.

Surveys are carried out on the territory of about 2 thousand hectares, in the future the area of ​​research will increase to 3 thousand hectares due to the corridors of communications. Now the site employs about 50 people and 15 pieces of equipment. The main work is performed by CJSC Stavropolneftegazproekt and CJSC SevKavTISIZ.

Already in May, the VNHK plans to begin surveys in the Vostok Bay water area, where the enterprise’s marine terminal will be located.

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