Gazprom plans to work with RusGasDobycha to build a gas processing plant on the coast of the Baltic Sea that will supply feed gas for the Baltic LNG plant and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, Russian newspaper Vedomosti reported on Monday.
The plant will cost around $20 billion and have a capacity of up to 45 billion cubic metres per year.
If implemented, it would be Gazprom’s second-biggest project by capital investment after the Power of Siberia pipeline to China.
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