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Gazprom, CNPC and PipeChina to build pipeline in Far East

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Russia’s state energy major Gazprom has reached an agreement with China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) and PipeChina on the design and construction of a cross-border pipeline section in the Far East.

A contract stipulates delivery of 10 billion m3/y along the Far Eastern route, with Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller announcing first flows will start in early 2027.

CNPC and Gazprom are working on speeding up Russian gas supplies to China via the Far Eastern route.



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