LNG plant construction in Leningrad at USD 1.5 bln

LNG plant construction in Leningrad at USD 1.5 bln


A project to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in the Leningrad region, which is planned to be jointly carried out by Gazprom and Petro-Canada, would cost about USD 1.5 billion, Petro-Canada Vice President Graham Lyon told the sixth international forum on the Russian fuel and energy complex in St. Petersburg last Tuesday. Lyon said USD 1.5 billion would need to be invested solely in the construction of the plant. Once the plant reaches its projected production capacity, which he did not ...


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