JSC Cryogas sees output begin at LNG plant


Output is now underway at a new small-scale LNG plant in Kingisepp, Russia, after adjustment works were completed at the facility built by private Russian company JSC Cryogas.

The LNG plant, which operates at a capacity of 7000 tonnes per year (tpy), was built in the town of Kingisepp in the Northwest region of the Russian Federation in 2008.

For JSC Cryogas, a part of the Polish group CP Energia S.A, start-up and adjustment works have now come to an end and LNG output has begun.

The small-scale plant was built at the site of the Vehicle Gas Filling Compressor station (VGFCS), where fuelling of vehicles with compressed natural gas (CNG) is carried out. Such a location enabled the company to overcome a few logistical difficulties, including the ‘parceling out of land’ for the plant construction, the security of supply of natural gas and electric energy, and the creation of an engineering infrastructure.

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