Power of Siberia

The Power of Siberia provides russian gas with access to China, a new market for Gazprom

Supplies via Power of Siberia gas trunkline started in December, 2019.

The pipeline crosses three regions of Russia, including Irkutsk Region, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and Amur Region. After the construction completion, the total length will comprise about 3 000 km, with the designed export capacity of 38 bcma.

Currently, the first section of Power of Siberia gas trunkline is launched; it runs around 2,200 km from the Chayandinskoye field – the basis for the Yakutia gas production center – to Blagoveshchensk (Russian-Chinese border). It supplies gas to domestic consumers in Russia’s Far East and exports to China. In late 2022, Power of Siberia will start to receive gas from another field – Kovyktinskoye, which serves as the basis for the Irkutsk gas production center.

Implementation of the Project

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