Сила Сибири

Power of Siberia is a main gas pipeline for gas supplies from Yakutia to Primorsky Krai and the countries of Asia-Pacific Region. A joint project of Gazprom and CNPC (China). The opening took place on December 2, 2019.
Length - 2159 km, pipe diameter - 1420 mm, working pressure - 9.8 MPa, export capacity - 38 billion cubic meters of gas per year. The cost of construction was initially estimated at 800 billion rubles, but was later revised to reach 1.1 trillion rubles.
The gas pipeline from the Chayandinsky field to Vladivostok is almost 4,000 km long. Part of the pipeline will run inside the integrated corridor along with the second part of the oil pipeline "Eastern Siberia — Pacific ocean". Together, these pipelines will feed the projected liquefied natural gas production plant, which will produce LNG for export to Japan and will supply raw materials for the projected petrochemical complex in the Primorsky Krai.
It is also planned to connect the gas pipeline to the Kovykta field in 2023.
The cost of construction was initially estimated at 800 billion rubles, but in 2018 it was revised to become1.1 trillion rubles. The total cost of infrastructure projects related to the gas pipeline (in particular, field development, construction of a gas processing plant) is estimated at $ 55 billion to $ 70 billion.
It is planned that in 2020, at least 5 billion cubic meters of gas will be delivered to China, in 2021 — 10 billion, in 2022 — 15 billion cubic meters of gas, the design capacity is to be achieved in 2025.

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