Novosibirsk-Barnaul Gas Pipeline

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Novosibirsk-Barnaul Gas Pipeline (Russian: Новосибирск-Барнаул) is a gas pipeline network in Russia.

The pipeline network currently includes five segments: the Novosibirsk-Barnaul Segment (operating), the Barnaul-Pavlovsk Segment (operating), the Pavlovsk-Rebrikha Segment (construction), the Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk Segment (proposed), and the Rebrikha-Slavgorod Segment (proposed). In Barnaul, the pipeline also connects to the Barnaul-Biysk-Gorno-Altaysk Gas Pipeline.

Novosibirsk-Barnaul Segment

Location

The Novosibirsk-Barnaul segment (Russian: Новосибирск-Барнаул) of the pipeline starts near Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia and runs to Barnaul, Pervomaysky District, Altai Krai, Russia.[1]

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Project Details

  • Owner: Gazprom[2]
  • Length: 292 km[3]
  • Capacity: 1.70 bcm/year[2]
  • Gas fields: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field starting 2022
  • Status: Operating[2]
  • Start Year: 1996[3]

Barnaul-Pavlovsk Segment

Location

The Barnaul-Pavlovsk segment (Russian: Барнаул-Павловск) of the pipeline runs from Barnaul to Pavlovsk, Pervomaysky District, Altai Krai, Russia.

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Project Details

  • Owner: Gazprom
  • Length: 50 km (estimate)
  • Capacity:
  • Gas fields: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field starting 2022
  • Status: Operating
  • Start Year: 2017[4]

Pavlovsk-Rebrikha Segment

The segment of the pipeline is currently under construction.[5] Construction started in 2016 when 27 km of pipeline was completed[5], but was halted in 2018 due to issues with the contractor. In July 2020, it was resumed with a new contractor, Tomskgazstroy.[6][5] Construction is planned to be completed by the end of 2021.[7]

According to a Gazprom press release, Gazprom will invest about 60 billion rubles into the development of gas supply systems in the Altai Territory in 2021-2025. In December 2020, the CEO of Gazprom Alex Miller has signed a program for the development of gas supply in region for a new five-year period, 2021–2025. According to the document, the company is planning to build 600 km of branch pipelines with three main gas distribution stations located in Rebrikha, Rubtsovsk and Slavgorod.[8] This plan requires completing the pipeline from Pavlovsk to Rebrikha that is currently under construction, to supply gas to Rebrikha, via the Novosibirsk-Barnaul-Pavlovsk pipeline.

55 billion rubles will be invested into the Pavlovsk-Rebrikha, Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk and Rebrikha-Slavgorod pipelines, and remaining 5 billion into small regional branch pipelines.[6] Gazprom is investing 1.1 billion rubles into this segment.[5]

Location

The Pavlovsk-Rebrikha segment (Russian: Павловск-Ребриха) of the pipeline is planned to start in Pavlovsk and runs to Rebrikha, Russia.

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Project Details

  • Owner: Gazprom[5]
  • Length: 70 km[5]
  • Capacity:
  • Gas fields: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field starting 2022
  • Cost: 1.1 billion rubles[5]
  • Status: Construction[5]
  • Construction Year: 2016[6], 2020[5]
  • Start Year: 2022 (scheduled)[5]

Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk Segment

According to a Gazprom press release, Gazprom will invest about 60 billion rubles into the development of gas supply systems in the Altai Territory in 2021-2025. In December 2020, the CEO of Gazprom Alex Miller has signed a program for the development of gas supply in region for a new five-year period, 2021–2025. According to the document, the company is planning to build 600 km of branch pipelines with three main gas distribution stations located in Rebrikha, Rubtsovsk and Slavgorod.[8] This plan requires completing the Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk segment, to supply gas to via the Novosibirsk-Barnaul-Pavlovsk pipeline.

54 billion rubles will be invested into the Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk and Rebrikha-Slavgorod pipelines, and remaining 5 billion into small regional branch pipelines.[6] Gazprom is investing 1.1 billion rubles into the Pavlovsk-Rebrikha segment.[5]

In July 2020 it was reported that design and survey work for this segment was ongoing and is planned to be finished by the end of 2021.[7] Construction is expected to start "after 2022".[7]

Location

The Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk segment (Russian: Ребриха-Рубцовск) of the pipeline is planned to start in Rebrikha and run to Rubtsovsk, Russia.

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Project Details

  • Owner: Gazprom
  • Length: 246 km[7]
  • Capacity:
  • Gas fields: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field starting 2022
  • Cost: 54 billion rubles (split between Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk and Rebrikha-Slavgorod)
  • Status: Proposed
  • Construction Year: 2023 (scheduled)[5]
  • Start Year:


Rebrikha-Slavgorod Segment

According to a Gazprom press release, Gazprom will invest about 60 billion rubles into the development of gas supply systems in the Altai Territory in 2021-2025. In December 2020, the CEO of Gazprom Alex Miller has signed a program for the development of gas supply in region for a new five-year period, 2021–2025. According to the document, the company is planning to build 600 km of branch pipelines with three main gas distribution stations located in Rebrikha, Rubtsovsk and Slavgorod.[8] This plan requires completing the Rebrikha-Slavgorod segment, to supply gas to via the Novosibirsk-Barnaul-Pavlovsk pipeline.

54 billion rubles will be invested into the Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk and Rebrikha-Slavgorod pipelines, and remaining 5 billion into small regional branch pipelines.[6] Gazprom is investing 1.1 billion rubles into the Pavlovsk-Rebrikha segment.[5]

In July 2020 it was reported that design and survey work for this segment was ongoing and is planned to be finished by the end of 2021.[7] Construction is expected to start "after 2022".[7]

Location

The Rebrikha-Slavgorod segment (Russian: Ребриха-Славгород) of the pipeline is planned to start in Rebrikha and run to Slavgorod, Russia.

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Project Details

  • Owner: Gazprom
  • Length: 277 km[7]
  • Capacity:
  • Gas source: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field starting 2022
  • Cost: 54 billion rubles (split between Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk and Rebrikha-Slavgorod)
  • Status: Proposed
  • Construction Year: 2023 (scheduled)[5]
  • Start Year:

Articles and resources

References

  1. "Внимание: магистральный газопровод!". Barnaul.org. Retrieved Sep 15, 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Газопровод Барнаул - Новосибирск". Energybase.ru. Retrieved Sep 15, 2021.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "223 млн рублей будет направлено в 1998 году на реализацию программы газификации Алтайского края". Bankfax.ru. Mar 17, 1998. Retrieved Sep 15, 2021.
  4. "В селе Павловск Алтайского края прокладывают новый газопровод". Doc22.ru. Aug 20, 2016. Retrieved Sep 15, 2021.
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 "Газопровод до Ребрихи снова стали строить после нескольких лет простоя". Politsib.ru. July 30, 2020. Retrieved Sep 15, 2021.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 "Попали в сети. Что тормозит газификацию Алтайского края". Rossiyskaya Gazeta. Apr 8, 2021. Retrieved Sep 15, 2021.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 "На Алтае проектирование двух газопроводов, граничащих с Казахстаном, завершится через два года". Federal Press. July 30, 2020. Retrieved Sep 15, 2021.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 "«Газпром» вложит около 60 млрд руб. в развитие газоснабжения и газификации Алтайского края в 2021–2025 годах". Gazprom.ru. Dec 1, 2020. Retrieved Sep 15, 2021.

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