The section length of the pipeline will be about 90 kilometers. The tender was announced in the amount of 2,879 billion. Applications will be accepted until October 22, the results will be announced on October 23.
MOSCOW, 14 Oct. Gazprom has announced a tender for construction work on area length of 89.8 kilometers of the second string of the gas pipeline “Ukhta-Torzhok” in the amount of 2,879 billion roubles, is informed in materials “Gazprom”.
According to the documentation, it is about the works on sites, which are located in the area of the Ukhta-Gryazovets, where shall be extended until the Leningrad and Vologda regions. Purchase is called “construction and installation works on the object “plot 1678 — 1767 km” part of construction “system of main gas pipelines Ukhta-Torzhok. The second pipeline (Yamal)” for the needs of LLC “Gazprom invest”.
Applications will be accepted until October 22, the results will be announced on October 23.
Previously, the company announced tenders for the construction of four plots for a total of $ 13.9 billion. The construction of the largest area length of 133 km (kilometers 1282-1415) the company estimated at 4.9 billion rubles; the area length of 105.2 km (1970-2076) — to UAH 2,888 billion; a further 88 kilometres (1106-1194) can cost 3,779 billion. In addition, 84 kilometers (1767-1852) is estimated at 2.3 billion rubles. Applications will be accepted until October 16, the results will be announced on October 23.
The head of “Gazprom” Alexei Miller announced that the gas pipeline “Nord stream-2” will go from the COP “Volkhov” in the Leningrad region on the South of the region and further in the direction of Ust-Luga (in the future will become the entry point of the gas pipeline in the Baltic sea).
He noted that there will be a new power from Bovanenkovo (largest field by Gazprom in the Yamal Peninsula — ed.) — gas pipelines “Bovanenkovo-Ukhta-2”, “Ukhta-Torzhok-2”, “Pochinki-Gryazovets”, in the whole extension of the Unified gas supply system in the Northern corridor. All of these facilities will be established within the required timeframe, until the end of 2019, added Miller.