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VNHK plant in Primorye will occupy more than 3 thousand hectares of land
The progress of the project for the construction of oil refining and petrochemical plants in Primorye was discussed by VNHK at a meeting chaired by Rosneft Vice President Viktor Ishaev and First Vice Governor of Primorsky Krai Vasily Usoltsev, the Governor's press service reported.
At the moment, the draft preparatory work for the construction of the plant is ready. According to Yury Kasyuk, General Director of VNHK, CJSC, more than 3 thousand hectares of land have been drawn up for the project, design is underway. At the same time, road maps for water supply and gasification of future productions are being implemented. In addition, work is underway to create an associated social infrastructure. The design of the bypass road was approved, geodetic works are being carried out.
The first vice-governor of Primorsky Krai, Alexander Kostenko, emphasized that the VNHK project was one of the five top priority development territories created in Primorye by decision of the Ministry of Eastern and Russian Development. The volume of investments will be about 1,3 trillion rubles.