Gazprom will build a liquefaction plant in Russia’s Yaroslavl region as part of its efforts to boost domestic use of LNG in transport.
"The decision has been made to build an LNG plant with capacity for 40,000 tpa in Yaroslavl region’s Bolsheselsky district. We plan investment in the project totalling more than RUB 2 billion [$36 million]," Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller said at a briefing on Tuesday in Yaroslavl, which is about 300 km northeast of Moscow.
"We have identified gas as a motor fuel to...
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