Gazprom reveals first details of OMV Black Sea LNG plant

By Staff reporter 11 July 2017

Russia’s Gazprom has disclosed the first details about its joint project with Austria’s OMV to build a small-scale LNG plant on the Black Sea coast.

It said the plant would be located in the Krasnodar region and boast a production capacity of 500,000 tpa, with the possibility of an expansion to 1 mtpa.

"We see countries on the Black Sea, the Danube basin and Mediterranean Sea as a potential target market for supplies of LNG from the plant, for use in road, river and sea transport and...

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