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Yakutia and Gazprom signed an agreement on the construction of the main gas pipeline "The Power of Siberia"

Recently, Gazprom Transgaz Tomsk and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) signed an agreement on cooperation in the construction and operation of the Power of Siberia gas trunkline.

On the part of Yakutia, a number of conditions were laid down for signing an agreement on cooperation. First, it concerns the attraction of local labor resources and enterprises, including transport companies. Secondly, we are talking about participation in the annual balance commissions of the government of Yakutia, where hearings are held on the volume of work performed. And finally, participation in humanitarian and social projects, including the gasification of settlements in four districts: Olekminsky, Lensky, Neryungri and Aldan. The future gas pipeline will pass through these territories. Under the last item, an additional contract will be separately concluded.

The official start of the project was a visit to the republic of President Vladimir Putin 1 September this year.

At the moment, according to Anatoly Titov, General Director of Gazprom Transgaz Tomsk, design work on the gas pipeline has been completed. Full-scale work will begin in early 2015: pipes will be laid in trenches and welded. The first stage of the gas pipeline construction should be completed within four years.

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