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MOSCOW, March 10. /TASS/. Gazprom plans to commission the Baltic LNG plant for production of liquefied natural gas in 2022-2023 and may revise the timeframe after completion of design documentation preparation, the Russian gas holding said on Friday.
"We expect commissioning of the Baltic LNG in 2022-2023 and may revise the commissioning date after completion of design documentation," Gazprom said.
The Baltic LNG project contemplates construction of the LNG plant in the area of Ust-Luga port on the Baltic Sea with the capacity of 10 mln tonnes per year and the expansion option to 15 mln tonnes per year.