Baltic LNG Terminal
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Baltic LNG Terminal is a proposed LNG export terminal in St. Petersburg Oblast, Russia.
The map below shows the location of the project, in Ust-Luga Port, Kingiseppsky District, St. Petersburg Oblast.
Baltic LNG Terminal is a proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) liquefaction terminal in St. Petersburg Oblast, Russia. In June 2017, Gazprom and Shell set up a joint venture to pursue the project. The project would go online in 2022-23.
- Parent: Gazprom, Itochu
- Location: Ust-Luga Port, Kingiseppsky District, St. Petersburg Oblast, Russia
- Coordinates: 59.72087, 28.43132 (exact)
- Capacity: 10 mtpa, 1.43 bcfd
- Status: Proposed
- Type: Export
- Start Year: 2025
Note: mtpa = million tonnes per year; bcfd = billion cubic feet per day
Articles and resources
- Baltic LNG Terminal, Wikipedia, accessed April 2017.
- Baltic LNG, Gazprom website, accessed July 2017.
- Gazprom, Shell ink Baltic LNG deals, LNG World News, 5 June 2017.
- Report: Gazprom delays Baltic LNG start, LNG World News, 10 Mar. 2017.
- Gazprom and Itochu sign Memorandum of Understanding on Baltic LNG project, World Oil, Dec. 14, 2018
- Shell exits Gazprom-led LNG project in Russia, Reuters, Apr. 10, 2019
- Viktor Katona, Is Gazprom’s LNG Megaproject Doomed To Fail?, Oil Price, Apr. 4, 2020