Highlights Site to include 13 million mt/year Baltic LNG facility Some 18 Bcm/year to enter the Russian gas network Site also to produce 3 million mt/year of polymers Russia’s Gazprom on May 21 began construction of a major new gas, LNG and chemicals complex at Ust-Luga in northwestern Russia that will include the 13 million mt/year Baltic LNG plant. The start of work at the complex — which will have a total processing capacity of 45 Bcm/year — was marked by a high-level ceremony attended by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak and Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller. The complex will also include a gas complex for processing ethane-rich gas, with some 3 million mt/year of polymer production capacity envisaged, and will also send some 18 Bcm/year of processed gas directly into the Russian network. “Today, […]