Gazprom continues to expand Sakhalin – Khabarovsk – Vladivostok gas pipeline

AK&M 19 February 2021 12:00

The Board of Directors Gazprom took note of the upd ate on the gas supplies to Khabarovsk krai. The Management Committee was tasked with continuing the work on supplying gas to Khabarovsk krai.

The company is expanding the Sakhalin – Khabarovsk – Vladivostok gas trunkline at the section between Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Khabarovsk. Over 315 kilometers of the linear part – more than 3/4 of its overall length – has been welded to date.

As soon as the works are completed, this section will provide a technical opportunity to supply gas to potential gas consumers in the Khabarovsk Territory, as well as to se t up new connections for consumers that are currently receiving gas via the Okha – Komsomolsk-on-Amur gas pipeline (not owned by Gazprom), which is slated for potential decommissioning.

PJSC Gazprom (tax number: 7736050003) is the world's biggest gas company. Its authorized capital is RUB 118.367 billion and consists of 23,673,512,900 common shares with a face value of 5 rubles. The company has several hundred thousand shareholders in Russia and abroad. The Russian Federation owns more than 50% of Gazprom's shares. The Bank of New York Mellon is the depositary of Gazprom's ADR program.

Gazprom's biggest foreign partners are E.ON, BASF, Wintershall, Verbundnetz Gas VNG, Siemens (Germany); ENGIE, EDF, Total (France); ENI (Italy); Botas (Turkey); Fortum (Finland); Gasunie and GasTerra (the Netherlands); DONG Energy (Denmark); Statoil (Norway); OMV (Austria); CNPC and PetroChina (China); GAIL (India); Sonatrach (Algeria); PetroVietnam (Vietnam); PDVSA (Venezuela); YPF (Argentina); MOL (Hungarian); PGNiG (Poland); SPP (Slovakia); Serbijagaz (Serbia); Bulgarian Energy Holding EAD; Kogas (South Korea); Mitsui, Mitsubishi Corporation (Japan), as well as Shell multinational company.