The Linde German company will provide technologies for the construction of the plant producing condensed natural gas (CNG) for the Russian Gazprom, according to a contract signed with the “Peton” Russian technology holding, the German company reports.
The production, storage and distribution complex will be constructed on the Baltic Sea coast and will receive raw materials from the nearby booster station which is part of the Nord Stream main.
The plant capacity is expected to make 1.5m tons of CNG a year.
To remind you, Linde AG is one of the largest companies in the world dealing with industrial technologies in the sphere of natural gas pretreatment and resolution into ethane, propane and high-weight hydrocarbons cut. The company also designs and produces cryogenic plants for natural-gas and helium liquefaction.
The Nord Stream company provides for the Russian gas transportation to the Baltic coast of Germany via the Baltic Sea.