Upcoming Massive Amur Gas Plant Adds Second Train

Progress at the massive Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP) continues its march towards full startup, as the second of a planned six trains nears startup and commissioning for this 42 billion cubic meters per year grassroots facility. This GPP is operated by Gazprom subsidiary Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk. In late June, Gazprom announced the completion of construction at this second train, allowing for startup and commissioning activities as expected and on schedule. This announcement follows the startup of activities at the first train earlier in June, when Russian President Vladimir Putin officially launched that initial stage at Amur at a ceremonial event.  Gazprom is now turning its

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