Novosibirsk-Barnaul Gas Pipeline

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Novosibirsk-Barnaul Gas Pipeline (Russian: Газопровод Новосибирск-Барнаул) is an operating gas pipeline in Russia.

The pipeline currently includes five segments: Novosibirsk-Barnaul (operating), Barnaul-Shakhi (Russian: Барнаул-Шахи, operating), Shakhi-Rebrikha (Russian: Шахи-Ребриха, operating), Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk (Russian: Ребриха-Рубцовск, proposed), and Rebrikha-Slavgorod (Russian: Ребриха-Славгород, proposed).

In Barnaul, the pipeline also connects to the Barnaul-Biysk-Gorno-Altaysk Gas Pipeline.

Novosibirsk-Barnaul

Location

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

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Project Details

  • Operator:
  • Owner: Gazprom[2]
  • Parent company: Gazprom
  • Capacity: 1.70 bcm/year[2]
  • Length: 292 km[3]
  • Diameter:
  • Status: Operating[2]
  • Start year: 1996[3]
  • Cost:
  • Financing:
  • Associated infrastructure: Barnaul-Biysk-Gorno-Altaysk Gas Pipeline; Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field from 2022

Barnaul-Shakhi (Barnaul-Pavlovsk)

Location

The Barnaul-Shakhi pipeline (Russian: Барнаул-Шахи), also known as Barnaul-Pavlovsk pipeline (Russian: Барнаул-Павловск), runs from Barnaul to Shakhi near Pavlovsk, Pervomaysky District, Altai Krai, Russia.

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Project Details

  • Operator:
  • Owner: Gazprom
  • Parent company: Gazprom
  • Capacity:
  • Length: 50 km (estimate)
  • Diameter:
  • Status: Operating
  • Start year: 2017[4]
  • Cost:
  • Financing:
  • Associated infrastructure: Barnaul-Biysk-Gorno-Altaysk Gas Pipeline; gas source: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field from 2022

Shakhi-Rebrikha (Pavlovsk-Rebrikha)

Location

The Shakhi-Rebrikha pipeline (Russian: Шахи-Ребриха), also known as Pavlovsk-Rebrikha pipeline (Russian: Павловск-Ребриха), starts in village Shakhi near Pavlovsk, Pavlovsky District, Altai Krai and runs to Rebrikha, Rebrikhinsky District, Altai Krai, Russia.[5]

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Project Details

  • Operator:
  • Owner: Gazprom[6]
  • Parent company: Gazprom
  • Capacity: 1.2 million cubic meters/day[7]
  • Length: 77 km[7]
  • Diameter:
  • Status: Operating[7]
  • Construction year: 2016[8], 2020[6]
  • Start year: 2021[7]
  • Cost: RUB 2 billion[7]
  • Financing:
  • Associated infrastructure: Barnaul-Biysk-Gorno-Altaysk Gas Pipeline; gas source: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field from 2022

Background

This segment of the pipeline is currently under construction.[6] Construction started in 2016 when 27 km of pipeline was completed[6], but was halted in 2018 due to issues with the contractor. In July 2020, it was resumed with a new contractor, Tomskgazstroy.[8][6] Construction is planned to be completed by the end of 2021.[9]

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.[10] This plan requires completing the pipeline from Pavlovsk (Shakhi) 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 Shakhi-Rebrikha, Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk and Rebrikha-Slavgorod pipelines, and remaining 5 billion into small regional branch pipelines.[8] Gazprom is investing 1.1 billion rubles into the Shakhi-Rebrikha segment.[6]

In August 2021, construction of the pipeline was almost complete.[11] In December 2021, the pipeline was commissioned.[7]

Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk

Location

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

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Project Details

  • Operator:
  • Owner: Gazprom
  • Parent company: Gazprom
  • Capacity:
  • Length: 246 km[9]
  • Diameter:
  • Status: Proposed
  • Construction year: 2023 (proposed)[6]
  • Start year: 2021-2025[10]
  • Cost: 54 billion rubles (split between Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk and Rebrikha-Slavgorod)
  • Financing:
  • Associated infrastructure: Barnaul-Biysk-Gorno-Altaysk Gas Pipeline; gas source: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field from 2022

Background

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.[10] 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.[8]

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.[9] Construction was expected to start after 2022.[9] In February 2021, this pipeline was mentioned as proposed in the news.[12] As of July 2022, this project is considered proposed, given the time window of the 2021–2025 five-year plan describing the project has not yet passed.

Rebrikha-Slavgorod

Location

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

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Project Details

  • Operator:
  • Owner: Gazprom
  • Parent company: Gazprom
  • Capacity:
  • Length: 277 km[9]
  • Diameter:
  • Status: Proposed
  • Construction year: 2023 (proposed)[6]
  • Start year: 2021-2025[10]
  • Cost: 54 billion rubles (split between Rebrikha-Rubtsovsk and Rebrikha-Slavgorod)
  • Financing:
  • Associated infrastructure: Barnaul-Biysk-Gorno-Altaysk Gas Pipeline; gas source: Nadym and Urengoy fields, Kovyktinskoye field from 2022

Background

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.[10] 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.[8] Gazprom is investing 1.1 billion rubles into the Pavlovsk-Rebrikha segment.[6]

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.[9] Construction is expected to start after 2022.[9] In February 2021, this pipeline was mentioned as proposed in the news.[12] As of July 2022, this project is considered proposed, given the time window of the 2021–2025 five-year plan describing the project has not yet passed.

Articles and resources

References

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  12. 12.0 12.1 "«Газпром» расчертил план «пятилетки» масштабной газификации Алтайского края". bankfax.ru. Feb 18, 2021. Retrieved Jul 15, 2022.