Gazprom has built 260 km of a feeder pipeline connecting the Chayandinskoye field in Yakutia and Power of Siberia interconnector to China, according to NeftegazRu.
A natural gas pre-treatment unit, as well as over 100 gas wells, were brought online at the field in 2020. The plans for 2021 include an expansion of the gas production well stock.
Chayandinskoye is the primary resource base for the Power of Siberia gas trunkline. As many as 6 compressor stations are being built on the natural gas pipeline’s operating section, stretching to the Chinese border.
In late 2022, the KKovyktinskoye field will be connected to Power of Siberia. Thus, Gazprom is actively building a pipeline section from this field to Chayandinskoye.