Lukoil laying gas pipeline in Perm region

Lukoil has begun construction of a 105-km pipeline to carry associated natural gas from Kokuyskoye field to the Lukoil-Permneftegazpererabotka gas processing plant at Perm, Russia.

The pipeline will be able to carry 1 billion cu m/year of gas.

Lukoil plans a second pipeline for delivery of associated gas to Perm, which will allow an increase in the processing plant’s capacity to 1.46 million cum/year in 2015 from 560 million cu m/year at present.

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