"Gazprom" removes "Vladivostok LNG" from priorities, but not from the plans - "ZR".

The project will be implemented when the monopoly replaces equipment, which fell under the sanctions, or learns how to make it itself

Construction of the "Vladivostok LNG" plant in Primorye has ceased to be a priority of "Gazprom", but remains in the plans of the gas monopoly. The project will be implemented, when Russia finds a replacement for the equipment under sanctions or learns to make it itself. This was stated by Deputy Chairman of the Board of "Gazprom" Aleksandr Medvedev at the 9th International Conference "Sakhalin Oil and Gas", held in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, the business newspaper "Zolotoy Rog" writes. RIA PrimaMedia provides the material completely, with minor changes and cuts.

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