TYUMEN, September 15. /TASS/. Sibur and Gazprom have completed the feasibility study for a joint gas processing plant in Tatarstan and are currently analyzing it, Chief Executive Officer of Sibur Dmitry Konov told TASS on the sidelines of the Tyumen Oil and Gas Forum.
"The feasibility study has been completed, it is currently under consideration at Gazprom and Sibur," he said, refusing to outline investments in the project and noting that it would depend on the final configuration of the gas refinery.
Moreover, Nipigas (part of Sibur holding), under a contract with Gazprom, is carrying out an engineering survey of the Novy Urengoy Gas Chemical Complex in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Region, defining necessary configurations and extensions, Konov added. "Nipigas, under a contract with Gazprom, is carrying out an engineering survey of the Novy Urengoy Gas Chemical Complex, trying together with the ordering customer to define the necessary configurations and extensions," he said.
Gazprom and Sibur inked two roadmaps on cooperation in the implementation of large investment projects in the field of gas processing and gas conversion at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) in 2019.
In particular, the first roadmap envisages the completion of feasibility studies for projects involving the transportation of ethane-containing gas from deposits in the Nadym-Pur-Taz region and the construction of a gas processing plant in Tatarstan.
The second roadmap deals with the diagnostics, engineering research, and construction cost estimates required for the completion of the Novy Urengoy Gas Chemical Complex project in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Region.