Amur Gas Processing Plant
The project was initiated by Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveschensk (Gazprom Group) with estimated investment of 790 billion roubles. Construction is supervised by NIPIGAZ (SIBUR Group). The project is in its stage of development. Plant’s commissioning will enable to produce up to 2.6 tonnes of ethane, 1.6 million tonnes of liquified hydrocarbon gases, 60 million cubic meters of helium and 38 cubic meters of commercial gas. Nameplate capacity will be reached in 2025.
Amur Gas Chemical Complex
Initiated by SIBUR Holding, the expected investment of the project consists of $8 billion. The project is now among the company’s priority projects. The complex will produce ethylene. Expected capacity will exceed overall Russian ethylene production by a factor of 1.5. The timeframe for realisation of the project is 2020 – 2024.
Skovorodino Methanol Production Plant
The project was initiated by Technoleasing (ESN Group) and its estimated investment is 41.5 billion roubles. Skovorodino Methanol Production Plant will produce up to one million tonnes of spirit per annum. The output will comprise 1.2 million cubic meters of methanol. Nameplate capacity is expected in 2023.
Irkutsk Oil Company’s Gas Project
The project was initiated by Irkutsk Oil Company and its estimated investment is over 450 billion roubles. The final project phase includes ethane-to-polymer plant construction in Ust-Kut (north of the Irkutsk region), it is a highly comprehensive technological facility for high-added-value polyethylene production. The project has been given a ten year timeframe, 2014-2024.
Far East LNG
The project was initiated by NK Rosneft and its estimated investment is $9.8 billion. A group of designers and researchers will arrive at the De-Kastri port of the Khabarovsk region in March 2020 to take part in LNG plant construction. They will prepare the site and inspect transport infrastructure condition. Preliminary commissioning date is 2027.
Development of the Payakha field
The project was initiated by Neftegazholding and its estimated investment is $20 billion. Payakha Group includes 4 subsurface areas in the Krasnoyarsk region, north-west of the Taimyr peninsula – Payakha, North Payakha, Peschany and Irkinsky. There are six oil and gas fields within these sites. Payakha Group's resources officially make the project one of the largest among Russian O&G fields.