Gazprom, Linde talk mid-scale LNG cooperation

Gazprom, Linde talk mid-scale LNG cooperation
Stavanger LNG facility, Illustration purposes only (Image courtesy of Linde)

Gazprom of Russia and Linde are looking into possibilities of cooperating in Russia-based mid-scale LNG projects. 

During a meeting held in Vladivostok on Friday, Gazprom’s head Alexey Miller and Linde’s CEO Wolfgang Buechele discussed also the options of cooperating in equipment manufacturing localization.

According to a Gazprom statement, the parties’ discussion focused on the construction of the Amur gas processing plant.

Engineering surveys for the GPP’s first start-up complex have already been conducted, Gazprom said.

Among other things, test piles were driven in order to calculate the foundation parameters for the process equipment.

The manufacturing of the core equipment for the first start-up complex continues, along with the development of the engineering documentation for cryogenic gas separation facilities, the statement reads.

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