Gazprom may increase the capacity of the LNG plant in Ust-Luga by one third

Ruskhimalliance (50% each by Gazprom and Rusgazvydobuvannya of Artem Obolensky) expects to add one more technological line to its project on gas liquefaction in the Baltic.

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