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First Train at Amur GPP Begins Operations

The ambitious Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP) in the town of Svobodny in Amur Oblast, Russia has seen the commissioning of its first train on June 9th, 2021. This plant will have six trains in total when it sees full completion and operation in 2025. 

Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin was on hold for this initial commissioning process, as the train was formally connected to the Power of Siberia pipeline.  The GPP is intended to have a total processing capacity of 42 billion cubic meters of gas year and is expected to be a primary piece of Russia’s Far East gas processing plans. Operator Gazprom has stated the project is approximately 75% complete as it plans another train online by the year’s end, with four more to follow by 2025 for the eventual annual manufacture of 2.4 million tons of ethane, 1 million tons of propane, 500,000 tons of butane, 200,000 tons of pentane-hexane fraction, and 60 million cubic meters of helium.

 

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