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China-Russia cooperation on largest gas processing project begins

Posting Time:2017-08-03 Browse times:3

   On August 3, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the Amur Gas Processing Plant, a Sino-Russian cooperative project, located in the Svobodin District of the Amur Region in Russia's Far East, near China's Heilongjiang Province. Amur gas processing project is the source of China-Russia natural gas pipeline east line construction project, China-Russia east line natural gas pipeline project is called by the Russian side is one of the world's largest energy cooperation projects.

      It is understood that on July 4 Gezhouba Group and Gazprom signed an agreement for Gezhouba Group to build the P1 section of Amur Gas Processing Plant. According to the planning, the design capacity of Amur Gas Processing Plant project is 42 billion cubic meters of natural gas processing and 6 million cubic meters of helium production per year. Upon completion, it will be not only the largest gas processing plant in Russia, but also one of the largest in the world.

      China's demand for oil and gas resources is rising as a result of rapid economic development and industrialization. Russia, which is in urgent need of injecting power into its economic development, is gradually shifting the center of gravity of the oil and gas market to the Asia-Pacific region. In recent years, energy cooperation between China and Russia has rapidly moved to the "fast lane. "The Russian section of the China-Russia Eastern Natural Gas Pipeline, which began construction in September 2014, has a total length of nearly 4,000 kilometers.

      It is planned to first exploit the Chayankin gas field in Yakutia, from where a pipeline to Blagoveshchensk, on the border with China and Russia, will be laid, with a length of about 2,200 kilometers.Construction of the China-Russia Eastern Natural Gas Pipeline's Chinese territory section, which started in June 2015, starts from the China-Russia border in Heihe City, Heilongjiang Province, and ends in Shanghai City, with a proposed new pipeline of 3,170 kilometers.

      Shi Ze, director of the International Energy Strategy Research Center of the China Institute of International Studies, pointed out that China-Russia strategic cooperation in energy will also greatly enhance the right of emerging market countries to speak on international energy issues and change the existing pattern of the international energy governance system.

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