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De-Kastri Port Receives Second Batch of Equipment for Amur GPP

Logistic News - Published on Tue, 04 Aug 2020

Image Source: Rosmorrechflot De Kastri Port
Federal Marine and River Transport Agency Rosmorrechflot said that De-Kastri port has accepted the second batch of large size and heavy weight cargo for construction of Amur Gas Processing Plant in the Amur Region. The ship which gross tonnage is 13,058 tonnes was loaded in the port of Bremen in Germany and the port of Aviles in Spain on May 22-30. Total weigh of the cargo is 1,873 tonnes with 11,904 cubic meters volume. In De-Kastri, the freight will be transshipped onto three barges Tambovka, Tahta, Talakan for towing across the Amursky liman via the port of Nikolayevsk-on-Amur and further along the Amur and Zeya rivers to the berth of Amur GPP

A total of 43 equipment units intended for Amur GPP with a total weight of 8,000 tonnes is to be delivered over the summer navigation season. 13 ATB units will be involved for cargo transportation along Russian rivers.The first batch of cargo intended for Amur GPP was delivered to the port by crane ship Regina on June 6. The same barges were involved to transport it to the point of destination.

Amur GPP will be one of the world’s largest gas processing plants. Its design capacity is 42 billion cubic meters per year. The plant will have six technological trains with the first two to be launched in 2021. The project investor and customer is Gazprom’s subsidiary Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk, LLC. The construction is managed by NIPIGAZ, part of the SIBUR Group, is Russia's leading center for design, supplies, logistics and construction management.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Tue, 04 Aug 2020
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