Gazprom plans to use equipment not needed for the Southern Gas Corridor to feed gas into the planned Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
The Russian gas giant said it will move three GPA-16 Ural gas compressor units to the Volkhovskaya compressor station in northwest Russia from a site that was intended to expand the pipeline system for feeding gas into South Stream.
The units will be adapted for their new application at the Iskra-Avigaz plant in Perm.
Gazprom will also move 90 Iceberg air-cooling sets made by Borkhimmash to...
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