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Over 50% Power of Siberia gas pipeline built

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Russian company "Gazprom" reports that more than 50% of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline has already been built. The press service of the company publishes information that talks about the km of the gas pipeline built by 1095. In total, the length of the gas-bearing route from the Chayanda field to Blagoveshchensk should be about 2,15 thousand km.


The company says that the construction of the pipeline is ahead of schedule.

Against the background of the laying of the main pipe, the project for the construction of the Amur GPP (gas processing plant) has begun. This plant will be included in the supply of "blue fuel" on the branches of "Power of Siberia".

Gazprom reports that the installation of equipment for the so-called cryogenic gas separation has begun.

Over 50% Power of Siberia gas pipeline built


For reference: the Power of Siberia gas pipeline is a joint project of the Russian Gazprom and the Chinese CNPC. The design capacity is about 38 billion cubic meters of gas per year. It is planned to supply gas to the Amur Region and Primorsky Krai, as well as to the countries of East and Southeast Asia (first of all - to the PRC). Construction began in 2014. In 2019, the Power of Siberia project will deliver the first thousand cubic meters of gas to China.
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  1. bagr69
    bagr69 18 October 2017 12: 41 New
    +2
    When it is 100%, Europe will think even more about its gas supply from Russia. They will immediately recall the South Stream, the further expansion of the North ...
    The United States would not fit in with its dirty tricks, because they, too, are not good at selling to China, as well as to Europe.
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 18 October 2017 12: 47 New
      +9
      "Power of Siberia" past Siberia. I envy the Chinese, they will have gas!
      1. Muvka
        Muvka 18 October 2017 12: 49 New
        +1
        And Russia has helium and many other valuable elements from this gas.
        1. siberalt
          siberalt 18 October 2017 12: 54 New
          +8
          Helium is best obtained from a hydrogen bomb. laughing And Siberians need gas for boiler houses and domestic needs. Then heating tariffs will decrease and there will be savings on electricity consumption. But the oligarchs -
          to coal miners and chubaysyat this is not at all a living.
          1. antivirus
            antivirus 18 October 2017 13: 16 New
            0
            The first redistribution is the basis of industry, but we are not in the 30-60s of the 20th century.
            NECESSARY SECOND LIMIT AND THIRD.
            WHAT LEVEL OF GENETIC ENGINEERING?
            AND ON THE BASIS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE?
          2. Victor N
            Victor N 18 October 2017 14: 20 New
            0
            If the cost of heating takes into account the depreciation of the supply pipelines, then discard such gas. Spaces, you know ...
      2. forester
        forester 18 October 2017 13: 20 New
        11
        Quote: siberalt
        "Power of Siberia" past Siberia. I envy the Chinese, they will have gas!

        You are mistaken - there are branches in Siberia and Yakutia to settlements and enterprises - I went there (I transported pipes for this project) and I know, but I advise you not to say what you don’t know
        1. siberalt
          siberalt 18 October 2017 23: 29 New
          +1
          YOU go to Siberia, but I live here and who knows better? laughing
      3. mishaia_23
        mishaia_23 18 October 2017 14: 10 New
        +3
        "Power of Siberia" past Siberia. I envy the Chinese, they will have gas!

        Read those article in full ...

        The gas pipeline is planned to supply gas to the Amur Region and Primorsky Territory, as well as to the countries of East and Southeast Asia ...
        1. siberalt
          siberalt 18 October 2017 23: 31 New
          0
          Exactly, one branch goes to China through my Altai. And propane in cylinders from Kazakhstan is transported to our city. laughing
          1. siberalt
            siberalt 18 October 2017 23: 48 New
            0
            Gas has been produced in Siberia since the 70s. According to official statistics, the share of gasification in Siberia (Siberian Federal District) is 5,1% (6,3 - city, 2,8 - village). But it is there who are lucky. These are the rates of gasification in almost 50 years.
      4. Normal ok
        Normal ok 18 October 2017 14: 19 New
        0
        Quote: siberalt
        "Power of Siberia" past Siberia. I envy the Chinese, they will have gas!

        They already have gas. They just diversify the supply.
      5. l7yzo
        l7yzo 19 October 2017 06: 38 New
        0
        Well, the "Power of Siberia" was simply laid next to the ESPO Pipeline System. It began to be built back in 2004. In fact, the "Power of Siberia" is an expansion and increase in the capacity of this pipeline.
    2. alexmach
      alexmach 18 October 2017 14: 46 New
      +1
      Do not think. The power of Siberia comes from the Chelyadinskoye field, it does not receive gas to Europe.
      1. bagr69
        bagr69 18 October 2017 14: 59 New
        +1
        What is the connection with the field ??? The very fact that there is a large consumer of Russian gas not only in Europe puts Europeans in a less favorable position, because it will be possible to sell gas not only there. They will not want to buy, their business is that we have a different market. The main production and sales office is one - Gazprom, and it will not matter to which "warehouse" it is more to let go.
        1. alexmach
          alexmach 18 October 2017 15: 39 New
          0
          The most direct connection is through the gas pipeline.
          Europe buys gas produced in Western Siberia. The Chelyadinskoye field, from which gas will be supplied to this pipe, is in eastern Siberia. (which, in general, is logical from the point of view). There are no pipelines to the east from Western Siberia, that is, the volumes mined there can be consumed only in Europe. The mere fact of having a consumer (by the way, is not that big at all, Ukraine at the beginning of 2000 alone consumed one and a half times more), consuming from there to where Europe does not reach consumption in Europe does not affect it at all.

          There was also a gas pipeline project to China from western Siberia, which could have a direct effect on Europeans.
          1. bagr69
            bagr69 18 October 2017 15: 52 New
            0
            On fingers:
            Option number 1. I have 1 warehouse, from where I sell products of the same type to only one consumer (to the west).
            Option number 2. I have 2 warehouses, from where I sell products of the same type to already two consumers (west and east).
            Attention to the question: which option is more profitable for me, in terms of reducing the dependence on the consumer?
            1. syndicalist
              syndicalist 18 October 2017 16: 53 New
              +1
              The options are equivalent. In each direction, funds have been invested that must be repelled for a certain period. Since there is no possibility of transferring gas from one direction to another, the loss resulting from the collapse of contracts in one of the directions will be equal to the loss with a similar collapse if there is only one direction
              1. alexmach
                alexmach 18 October 2017 17: 13 New
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                Moreover. The warehouse is a static thing - the product lies there and lies. The well from which gas is produced is much more dynamic. If gas consumption in Europe falls in the long term, this means that something needs to be done there on the wells themselves - to preserve them, for example, or simply to burn the surplus.
    3. l7yzo
      l7yzo 19 October 2017 06: 36 New
      0
      So this is gas above Baikal. It would obviously never have been pulled to Europe. But he wouldn’t interfere with the Siberians.
  2. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 18 October 2017 12: 45 New
    +1
    China, of course, took advantage of the sanctions situation and tried to warm its hands. But whether it is heated is a big question laughing The valve is on our side. wassat
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 18 October 2017 12: 52 New
      +4
      Close the valve - instead of generating income, we will pay penalties for failure to fulfill the contract. Do we need it? belay
    2. g1v2
      g1v2 18 October 2017 14: 16 New
      +4
      We needed this contract more and not just because of the money. Without a preliminary agreement on gas supplies, it would be pointless to develop a field. Gas flows to Europe from western fields. The development of the eastern deposits became meaningful only after an agreement with the Chinese on long-term supplies. hi
    3. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 18 October 2017 14: 46 New
      0
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      China, of course, took advantage of the sanctions situation and tried to warm its hands. But whether the valve is heated - the big question is - is on our side.

      The valve is one, and the volumes of gas contracted for the supply of gas under the contract are different. Spin without good reason, we will pay fines and penalties. China is no less than us interested in stable gas production, but it will not be content with one source, because as you understand the strength of the valve, and therefore will take American liquefied gas, it will not choke. There, India, South Korea and Japan are already interested in continuing the project to their territories, incl. it is not just the Power of Siberia, it is STRENGTH!
  3. Egorovich
    Egorovich 18 October 2017 12: 53 New
    11
    To us, mere mortals, this kind of good news is neither warm nor cold. And in his pocket was no more. Kukish remained there alone.
    1. bogart047
      bogart047 18 October 2017 12: 55 New
      +6
      mere mortals need to work - and there will be no cookie in your pocket. And do not expect freebies from the state.
      1. Egorovich
        Egorovich 18 October 2017 13: 03 New
        10
        I am retired, it does not threaten me. It’s just that a certain handful of people will profit from this gas pipeline again and nothing more. Yes, the Chinese clap their hands.
        1. Sergey Fomenko
          Sergey Fomenko 18 October 2017 13: 07 New
          +1
          Build yours and clap your hands ...
    2. rotmistr60
      rotmistr60 18 October 2017 12: 59 New
      +6
      If you do not take into account Gazprom and its taxes to the treasury, then the Amur Region wins (the same Blagoveshchensk) - additional jobs, and this is a salary instead of a “cookie in your pocket”
      1. Egorovich
        Egorovich 18 October 2017 13: 16 New
        +6
        How many non-gasified territories in the country? And they were drawn to the East by necessity after some events. And the fact that social programs, pensions, Blagoveshchensk are all fulfilled to some extent. Gazprom is a parastatal company. Obliged.
    3. St Petrov
      St Petrov 18 October 2017 13: 05 New
      +4
      To us, mere mortals, this kind of good news is neither warm nor cold. And in his pocket was no more. Kukish remained there alone.


      Does the state pay social benefits from the sale of tanks and machine tools? Maybe Lada Vesta is actively sold there abroad, that there are enough taxes to pay pensions to 60 million pensioners?

      I am retired, it does not threaten me.


      wassat so thanks to gas pipelines and pipes tell me that the state has money to pay pensions

      It’s just that a certain handful of people will profit from this gas pipeline again and nothing more.


      yeah. You seem to be a senior citizen already - and your head is empty. Although maybe you just did not think about it, or about how much it would cost the treasury to raise a pension of 1000 rubles. It seems that the figure is ridiculous - but if you look at the whole scale and multiply a thousand by 60 million.

      And so in everything. If you think about it - it’s not so simple and clear

      1. spirit
        spirit 18 October 2017 13: 17 New
        +2
        Only the filling of the budget from state-owned companies has fallen by half. Even the guarantor himself admitted this. But in high technology in Russia, business does not go because it is unprofitable and strangles the state apparatus.
  4. MoJloT
    MoJloT 18 October 2017 13: 19 New
    +1
    Who understands the issue? Why is there no information about the alleged benefits other than political? Why for such a long time? Did China really need this?
    1. forty-eighth
      forty-eighth 18 October 2017 14: 54 New
      0
      China needs this at a reasonable price. A long period is also a condition of our communist comrades. The contract itself is a trade secret, so it’s impossible to understand how much Gazprom will earn from our gas.
      1. MoJloT
        MoJloT 18 October 2017 15: 11 New
        0
        Thank you, suspicious these comrades.
    2. syndicalist
      syndicalist 18 October 2017 17: 04 New
      +2
      For some reason, there is no such degree of secrecy in relation to similar contracts with other countries. Which leads to suspicions about the absence of other than political benefits for the Russian side.
      1. MoJloT
        MoJloT 18 October 2017 17: 33 New
        0
        I agree, even as leads.
  5. Gardamir
    Gardamir 18 October 2017 14: 20 New
    +4
    They drove gas to Europe, now gas to China. Russia for sale.
  6. Zomanus
    Zomanus 18 October 2017 14: 31 New
    +1
    This is good in the sense that if China continues to try to strengthen its influence in the world,
    America may block the entrances to the South China Sea. And now the main flow of hydrocarbons is going through it.
    Did everyone hear about the Spratly Islands? Here they are just the key and lock at the entrance to this sea.
    And from the north we are. And we have oil, gas and the Northern Sea Route. Not to mention the piece of iron to Europe.
    So we need China and China. For it will be where to put gas, if Europe decides to be smart.
  7. zGomeRz
    zGomeRz 18 October 2017 15: 34 New
    +2
    Quote: siberalt
    "Power of Siberia" past Siberia. I envy the Chinese, they will have gas!

    Dear, as directly related to this project. I can explain the incorrectness of this statement. The pipeline is designed for a capacity of 48 billion m3 of gas. of which 38 will go to China, and the remaining 10 for gasification of cities and towns of Yakutia, Amur Region, etc. Gas distribution stations have been designed. The second phase of the pipeline will go from Blagoveshchensk to Khabarovsk, and then to Vladivostok.
    Sincerely. one of the designers.
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 18 October 2017 15: 58 New
      +1
      Dear, as directly related to this project. I can explain the incorrectness of this statement. The pipeline is designed for a capacity of 48 billion m3 of gas. of which 38 will go to China, and the remaining 10 for gasification of cities and towns of Yakutia, Amur Region, etc. Gas distribution stations have been designed. The second phase of the pipeline will go from Blagoveshchensk to Khabarovsk, and then to Vladivostok.
      Sincerely. one of the designers.


      I read the comments on this site for the sake of similar answers of people who are in place

      Thanks for clarifying! Good luck to you and your common cause!

  8. evil partisan
    evil partisan 18 October 2017 18: 34 New
    +2
    Several acquaintances (hats ...) left for the construction of the SS as diagnosticians. Do not complain rumored. It’s a pity, I’m old for such movements ... I would be younger - I would definitely go there ... A large-scale project. Russia without global construction projects is not Russia.
  9. gorenina91
    gorenina91 19 October 2017 04: 17 New
    0
    - For Russia it would be much more profitable to first carry out a gas pipeline to South Korea ... -That is a more reliable partner ... -And for Russia, in this case ... - all construction would cost much less ... -More than that this construction would “mutually link” Russia and South Korea in long-term partnerships ... -And in the future ... -construction of several powerful gas terminals in the coastal cities of Russia to supply Russian gas to South Korea, and all the same to China and ... and even to Japan ... -These gas "hubs" would bring real profit to Russia ... -And the Russian Far East would very soon become prosperous ... -Main important as soon as possible ...- Throw it out the Chinese ... That would be a real "margin" for Russia ...
    -And the supply of Russian gas directly to China ... -What is the benefit ...?
    -Here, for a long time, China has simply been predatoryly pumping gas directly from Turkmenistan ... -And something from Turkmenistan only languishes and languishes ... but does not flourish ...