distribution station in Vladivostok
At GCS "Sakhalin" hydraulic tests are conducted, and in Primorye completed construction of gas pipelines on the Russian island
Deputy Chairman of the Board of JSC "Gazprom" Alexander Ananenkov held a regular meeting in the Far East, Sakhalin Island). The meeting was being built on the main compressor station (GCS "Sakhalin") gas transportation system (GTS) "Sakhalin — Khabarovsk — Vladivostok".
SCS conducted on hydraulic testing of gas communications. Fully completed the installation of all equipment, finished pumping oil for two gas compressor units (GPU). Preparations are under way for gas and scroll compressor units in "cold" mode. Completed installation of gas receiving nodes of the "Sakhalin-2" and "Sakhalin-1".
Also completed the construction of inter-settlement gas pipeline from GDS on Russian island, where are the objects of the APEC summit-2012, with a branch to CHPP-2 in Vladivostok. Nearing completion of work on the main thread the most difficult part of the pipeline — going under the Eastern Bosphorus Strait.
The transition is performed using horizontal directional drilling.
This transition, given the exceptionally difficult geological conditions (rocks), great length (2.8 km) and considerable excavation diameter (762 mm), has no analogues in Russia and will be a unique national gas industry.
Ananenkov gave instructions aimed at the timely commissioning of facilities that will ensure, in September 2011 the supply of environmentally friendly fuel — natural gas to Vladivostok, including heat and power for the needs of the APEC summit in 2012.
"Gazprom" appointed by the Russian government coordinator for the program, which provides for the creation and development of priority transmission system "Sakhalin — Khabarovsk — Vladivostok". GTS construction began in July 2009 and conducted for the purpose of gas supply of Khabarovsk Krai and Sakhalin Oblast, arranging gas Primorsky Krai. The due date I first starting complex of hydraulic structures in operation — III quarter of 2011 over the first starting complex of the pipeline will be 1,350 km, capacity — 6 billion cubic meters. meters of gas per year.
Total projected length of the pipeline from GDS Vladivostok on the Russian island with a branch to Vladivostok TPP-2 is about 34 km: on the mainland for more than 15 km on the Russian island — about 12 km under the Eastern Bosphorus Strait — about 6 km in a double-stranded version (main and backup).