Gazprom begins commissioning activities at the Amur Gas Processing Plant in Russia.
The $12.7 billion dollar Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP) in the Far East of Russia has begun its startup and commissioning activities at the first two trains of this complex, which are due for onstream status in 2021. Gazprom stated that this project has reached nearly 62% with core equipment installed and process pipeline installation underway. Four additional trains are also being constructed for operational status by the end of 2024 with an overall peak design capacity of 42 billion cubic meters annually by 2025.
The Amur GPP will receive its feedstock from the Yakutia and Irkutsk fields via the Power of Siberia pipeline and will supply feedstock for petrochemical usage and other market needs such as helium, ethane, butane, propane, and pentane-hexane fraction.
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From the April 2018 issue of Hydrocarbon Processing