Russneft to Deliver APG From its Compressor Station to SIBUR

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25 Mar 2014 12:25 Helen Clark

CHEMMONITOR.COM – SIBUR (Russia) is set to enlarge its Vyngapurovsky gas plant in Russia by constructing new facilities for associated petroleum gas (APG) processing. The annual output of APG will achieve 4.2 billion cubic metres. Under the deal Russneft (Russia) will deliver APG from its Varieganskaya station to the Vyngapurovsky plant. Russneft is currently supplying APG to SIBUR’s Belozerniy and Nizhnevartovskiy plants.

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