June 2011 Vol. 238 No. 6


Gazprom May Build LNG Complex For Japanese

Gazprom and a consortium of Japanese companies led by Itochu Corp. have agreed to study building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant and a gas chemical complex in Russia’s Far East city of Vladivostok as Japan seeks to boost fuel supplies after its worst nuclear accident. The companies will carry out a feasibility study for a plant with the capacity to produce 10 million tons a year of LNG. That would more than double Russia’s capacity to produce LNG, rivaling the Gazprom-led Sakhalin-2 project, north of Japan. The study could have a bearing on possible increases in Gazprom’s natural gas supplies from Russia to the Pacific Rim states and for making energy supp

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