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Vladivostok LNG: promoting development of East Siberian gas


Vladivostok LNG: promoting development of East Siberian gas

Report summary

Poor demand prospects in Europe have made Gazprom's core export market less attractive. Eager to turn towards growing Asian-Pacific gas markets, Gazprom has begun to focus on the proposed development of its eastern gas resources. It has released plans to develop over 50 tcf of gas from the Chayandinskoye and Kovyktinskoye fields in East Siberia. A key component of any large-scale gas development in the east will be the proposed Vladivostok LNG plant.

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  • Executive Summary
  • Russia Looks East for Gas Growth
  • Gas supplies to Vladivostok LNG
    • Vladivostok LNG
    • Chayandinskoye
    • Kovyktinskoye
    • Sakhalin-3 (Kirinski block)
  • The economics of supply
    • Development scenarios
      • Scenario "Kirinski block"
      • Scenario "Chayanda" - Chayandinskoye with small pipeline
      • Scenario "Kovykta and Chayanda" - Chayandinskoye and Kovyktinskoye with large pipeline
    • Comparing cost of supply
    • Mid-stream synergy matters
    • Kirinski option requires additional resources
    • Improving further economics of supply
  • Strong strategic rationale but joint China pipeline and LNG development is key
  • Appendix

In this report there are 4 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive Summary
  • Russia Looks East for Gas Growth
    • The Eastern Gas Programme
  • Gas supplies to Vladivostok LNG
  • The economics of supply
    • Vladivostok LNG: promoting development of East Siberian gas: Table 1
    • Break-even costs of supply to Vladivostok LNG delivered to Japan
  • Strong strategic rationale but joint China pipeline and LNG development is key
  • Appendix
    • Vladivostok LNG: promoting development of East Siberian gas: Table 2
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