Russian giant Gazprom revealed plans to build a 10 mtpa LNG terminal in the Leningrad region near the sea port of Ust-Luga.
According to the company statement, chairman of the company’s management committee Alexey Miller held a meeting with the deputy chairman and members of the board as well as with the representatives of other companies within the Gazprom group to discuss the project named Baltic LNG.
The planned capacity of the LNG plant could be expanded to 15 mtpa. The gas would be fed to the facility through Russia’s Unified Gas Supply System.
Developing the UGSS to transport gas to the Baltic LNG facility was discussed at the meeting and instructions were given to prepare the project’s transition to the implementation of the investment stage, Gazprom added.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Gazprom