Russia's state-owned gasoline firm, Gazprom, held a gathering with Anglo-Dutch oil main Royal Dutch Shell final week in Russia to debate their cooperation on three tasks, together with the Baltic LNG, Kallanish Energy reviews.
Gazprom’s CEO Alexey Miller and Shell’s govt committee member Maarten Wetselaar mentioned “related points” associated to bilateral cooperation, Gazprom stated Friday. “Emphasis was positioned on the precedence measures geared toward creating a joint design idea (pre-FEED)” for the Baltic LNG venture.
The assembly follows the signing of a framework settlement on joint design idea for the venture earlier within the month. The companies agreed to arrange a three way partnership to implement the liquefaction plant within the port of Ust-Luga, in Russia’s Leningrad area.
Baltic LNG is designed to have a 10 million tonnes every year (Mtpa) capability, focusing on markets within the Atlantic area, Middle East and South Asia. The venture may additionally serve small-scale liquefied pure gasoline (LNG) markets within the areas of the Baltic and North Sea, with the potential for LNG swap offers into account.
During final Friday’s assembly in St. Petersburg, the executives additionally reviewed the continued preparations for the development of the third practice of the Sakhalin II LNG plant and the continuation of the Nord Stream 2 gasoline pipeline.
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Gazprom didn’t present particulars of the talks and what the “precedence measures” for Baltic LNG entail.
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