Gazprom reveals first details of OMV Black Sea LNG plant

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.
By Staff reporter 11 July 2017 0 26707

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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