Arkhangelsk LNG Plant
Arkhangelsk LNG Plant is a proposed LNG plant in the Arkhangelsk region of Russia. As of June 2022, there has been no further news about the project in more than two years and it is presumed to be shelved.
The below map shows an approximate location, with the precise location remaining to be determined (TBD).
- Owner: Rostec
- Parent company: Rostec
- Location: Arkhangelsk region of Russia
- Coordinates: 64.550910, 40.512047 (approximate)
- Type: Export
- Capacity: 0.12 mtpa
- Status: Shelved
- Start Year:2024
Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day
The LNG produced at the plant is expected to be used to develop the fuel and energy complex of the Arkhangelsk Region and related industries. The developer's agreement with the Region's government cites the renovation of existing diesel power plants in the remote areas of the Mezen and Leshukonsky districts to run on LNG, and switching about 20 municipal and private boiler plants from running on expensive fuel oil, diesel fuel, and coal to LNG.
As of June 2022, there has been no further news about the project in more than two years and it is presumed to be shelved.
Articles and resources
- Liquefied natural gas plant to be built in Arkhangelsk, Investment Board of the Arkhangelsk Region, Mar. 8, 2019
- Russia Implements a Comprehensive LNG Project Worth USD 216 mln, Rostec, Mar. 21, 2019
- Atle Staalesen, Liquified natural gas might fuel Russian Arctic towns, The Barents Observer, April 3, 2019