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Linde, Renaissance Heavy awarded work on giant Russian gas plant

Linde and Renaissance Heavy Industries have signed an EPC contract with Russia's Gazprom and its partners for an LNG plant on the Baltic Sea, Gazprom said.

Baltic Sea EWA

Gazprom started construction of a massive gas processing complex on the shores of the Baltic Sea jointly with its partner RusGazDobycha in May.

The cluster is designed to process annually 45 billion cubic metres of natural gas, produce 13 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG), 3.6 million tonnes of ethane and up to 1.8 million tonnes of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).

It is poised to become Russia's largest gas processing plant and one of the world's largest in terms of production volumes.

Gazprom said Linde and Renaissance Heavy Industries would provide the LNG plant design, supplies of equipments as well as construction. (Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin Editing by Mark Potter)

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