5th Jubilee LNG Congress Russia
6 – 8 june 2018 Moscow
6 – 8 june 2018 Moscow
Is a large-scale project, stipulating for the development of two fields in the Nenets Autonomous District: Kumzhinsky and Korovisnky, creation of gas and transport infrastructure, construction of LNG plant, gas treatment unit and sea terminal. In December 2015, Rosneft and Alltech Group have completed the establishment of JV RN-Pechora LNG, with Rosneft’s share as of 50,1%. The capacity of the facility is 2,6 mtpa, extensible twofold.
«Far East LNG»
Rosneft, together with «Sakhalin-1» partners, ExxonMobil, intends to implement the “Far East LNG” project. The priority site for facility location is named by the operators as the Khabarovsk territory. The projected capacity is estimated at 5 mtpa.
Is an integrated project for natural gas production and liquefaction in Sabetta village. Three trains with capacity of 5,5 mtpa each are in the progress of construction, to be launched in 2017, 2018 and 2019. Novatek does not exclude the possibility of extending “Yamal LNG” with an additional train. The prospects for expansion are to be discussed with project partners (Total, CNPC, Silk Road Fund)
The project operator is Sakhalin Energy (Gazprom, Shell, Mitsui, Mitsubishi). Currently, the plans for project extension due to the third train construction are reviewed. Construction of a third train will enable half as much capacity growth — up to 15 million tons.
Is a project for the construction of the LNG facility in Ust-Luga of the Leningrad region. The projected capacity of the plant is estimated at 10 mtpa, extensible to 15 mtpa. Gazprom and Shell have signed a memorandum of understanding in June 2016. The companies anticipate defining the terms of JV for the LNG facility construction by the end of the year, and the project is to be commissioned in December 2021 – 2022.
«Arctic LNG 2»
Is a licensor for Salmanovsky (Utrenniy) area, with homonymous field. The field is located in the north of Gydan and is considered the largest on the peninsula. The recoverable reserves are estimated at 235 bcm of gas and almost 9 million tons of liquid hydrocarbons. The construction of trains with capacity of 6 mtpa each are reviewed.
LNG Terminal at Vysotsk port
The construction of a terminal for the production and transhipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) began in 2016 at Vysotsk port. The construction lead time with preliminary period included was 3-4 years (2015-2018). But in 2017 the deadlines were shifted and now the commissioning is expected in 2023—2024. Project investor is Gazprombank; investment totals approx. 50bn RUB.
The authorities of the Vyborg district (Leningrad region) and Cryogas representatives signed the agreement on 25 November 2014.
Terminal production capacity will amount to 660k tonnes of LNG annually.
LNG at Portovaya compressor station
In late 2016 Gazprom and Peton Technology Engineering Holding concluded an agreement entailing the design, construction, and commissioning of a complex for the production, storage, and shipment of LNG at Portovaya compressor station. As transpires from the materials at public procurements website, the cost of works was estimated at 126bn RUB (VAT included), including 4bn RUB on survey and design works, 121.7bn RUB on construction, and remaining 968m RUB on pre-commissioning activities.
The EPC Contractor, Peton Technology Engineering, which is registered in Ufa, is obliged to finalize works before 31 December 2018.
The regional authorities and investors intend to develop gas infrastructure in nine areas of the Tomsk region in the next two years. The Bakcharsky, Chainsky and Teguldetsky areas (17k residents, 5k households, and over 40 heat supply facilities) are expected to be supplied with feedstock produced at a mini LNG plant.
The project has been prepared by Gazprom promgaz and initiated by Gazprom gazenergoset. Project cost is estimated at around 2bn RUB. Project payback period is expected to total 5 years.
LNG Congress is an established platform for dialogue and seeking solutions to promote the growth of one of the most strategically important gas industry areas - LNG production and market development
The Congress annually unites 300 key Russian and international companies engaged in the construction of LNG plants.
Report on the results of the LNG projects of Russia study 2018
The report contains the analysis of survey and in-depth interview results, as well as an overview of large-scale and small-scale LNG projects. Results of the study will help you to efficiently evaluate the industry risks and opportunities, as well provide you with a set of tools for your company’s obtaining the competitive edge in the context of a dynamic market.
Report on the results of the LNG projects of Russia study 2017
The report is produced based on the survey analysis and in-depth interviews with industry influencers. Besides, you will find an overview of large-scale and small-scale LNG projects. The findings will help you adequately estimate the risks and prospects of the industry, providing your company with a competitive edge under the dynamic market changes.
Recording of the webinar on US LNG and European gas market
Explore the implications and the effect of US LNG expansion on the European gas market, learn Russia's further actions to retain European Market share and options to undercut the US LNG price to ensure it keeps its share of its key European markets
Oxford Institute for Energy studies
Presentation of all large-scale LNG projects from Russia:
Sakhalin 2 expansion potential and construction of the third production train, implementation of Far Eastern, Arctic, and Baltic LNG projects
Small-scale LNG projects of Russia:
Gasification of the Tomsk region; construction of LNG plant in the Chelyabinsk region; plant construction in the Karelia Republic; LNG gasification of the Zabaykalye territory
presentation of world’s best technologies for large- and small-scale LNG, LNG transportation technologies, engineering solutions and production experience from LNG industry pioneers
cooperation and competition of LNG and pipeline gas in rightsizing Russian gas export deliveries; competition to access European and Asian market outlets
Panel session for operators and technology suppliers!
Factors affecting the development of large-, medium-, and small-scale LNG
6 – 8 june 2018