Russian Company Gazprom Delivered LPG to China by Railway; The Russian public gas company Gazprom delivered its first LPG shipment from China's Amur Natural Gas Processing Plant to China by rail.
Gazprom Export supplied liquefied petroleum gas from the Russian Federation to the People's Republic of China for the first time as part of the export preparations from the Amur Gas Processing Facility under construction. In the beginning of November, eighteen freight wagons filled with propane-butane technical mix were delivered to the Manzhouli gate station.
Elena Burmistrova, Vice President of Gazprom Management Committee, Gazprom Export General Manager, stated that the opening of the Amur gas processing plant will significantly increase the volume and product range of Gazprom Export's export portfolio. . This will enable us to start exporting as soon as possible after starting production at the Amur plant. ”
The Amur Natural Gas Processing Facility, which Gazprom is establishing in the Eastern Siberian Region on the Chinese border, will be one of Russia's largest and one of the few gas processing plants in the world after its completion in 2023. The plant, which will have a production capacity of 42 billion cubic meters per year, will process natural gas from Yakutistan and Irkutsky gas production centers. Processed natural gas is planned to be exported to China through the Power of Siberia pipeline. Amur will also include the world's largest helium production facility.
Source: Energy Log