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Yakutia and Gazprom form the center of gas production

The main project for the development of the oil and gas complex of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) is the formation of the Yakutsk gas production center within the Eastern Gas Program implemented by OAO Gazprom, said Alexey Struchkov, Permanent Representative of the Republic under the President of the Russian Federation.

According to the press service of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) under the President of the Russian Federation, at the International Practical Conference "Development of oil and gas resources of Eastern Siberia and the Far East" in Irkutsk, A. Struckov noted that the Government of Yakutia pays special attention to cooperation with Gazprom. First of all, this concerns the commissioning of deposits of federal importance and forming the Yakutia gas production center, the main deposit in which is Chayandinskoye.

“The most important issue of interaction between the parties is the implementation of the General Scheme of gas supply and gasification of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) approved in 2010. The government of Yakutia and Gazprom are tackling the tasks of creating the infrastructure for developing the gas fuel market and expanding the market for using compressed natural gas as a gas fuel, ”the press service quoted A.Struchkov as saying.

According to him, in accordance with the Long-Term Program of Socio-Economic Development of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) for the period up to 2030, natural gas production by 2030 will amount to 31 billion m3, oil - 15 million tons, gas condensate - 537 thousand tons. The share of oil and gas production in the gross regional product by this period will be 35%.

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