Gazprom and Shell to carry out joint feasibility study for Baltic LNG

Gazprom and Shell have agreed to carry out a joint feasibility study for the planned Baltic LNG plant.
By Staff reporter 9 August 2017 0 27117

Gazprom and Shell have agreed to carry out a joint feasibility study for the planned Baltic LNG plant.

The Russian company said in a statement the study would include the evaluation and selection of the main technical solutions for the project. A schedule framework for its implementation will also be drawn up.

Gazprom plans to launch the facility in 2022-2023. The launch date may be confirmed after design work has been completed.

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