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Estimated investment: over $7 billion

Estimated investment: over $7 billion

According to the official plans, ethane from Gazprom’s Amur Gas Processing Plant (GPP) will be subsequently supplied to technologically connected SIBUR’s Amur Gas Chemical Complex with a planned capacity to produce approximately 1.5Mt of polyethylene per annum.

The dates for completing the construction and reaching the design capacity will largely depend on the construction schedule of Gazprom’s project.

Recently, the government has been making efforts to develop the collection and processing of oils following the European version of the scheme for the extended responsibility of the producer.

Stefan Altwasser

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