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Ust-Luga Gas Complex Picks Linde and RHI for EPC Duties

Gazprom recently announced that it had signed an EPC contract with a consortium comprised of Linde Engineering and Renaissance Heavy Industries (RHI) for work to be performed for a natural gas liquefaction plant at an upcoming gas processing complex developing near Ust-Luga. This significant venture will be operated by a joint venture of Gazprom and RusGazDobycha named RusKhimAlyans.

This EPC will see Linde and RHI tasked with providing design works, equipment/material supplies, and construction/installation for two LNG production trains at the site with a combined capacity of 13 million tons per year.  RushKhimDobycha is working to place the first train into operations in late 2023 with full operations anticipated by the end of 2024. This gas processing venture will also see a separate petrochemical component designed to process ethane fraction with a production capacity of 3.8 million tons of polymers annually, as this complex is expected to be a major gas processing facility in Europe.  


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