Russia dominates gas processing capacity in Former Soviet Union
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Russia dominates gas processing capacity in Former Soviet Union

By GlobalData Energy 29 Sep 2021 (Last Updated September 29th, 2021 15:33)

According to GlobalData's report, as of September 2021, the Former Soviet Union had a total gas processing capacity of 83,125MMcfd, where Russia is leading with 62,636MMcfd.

GlobalData’s latest report, ‘Gas Processing Industry Outlook in Europe, North America, and FSU to 2025 – Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Details of All Operating and Planned Processing Plants,’ says that as of September 2021, the Former Soviet Union had 116 active gas processing plants with a total gas processing capacity of 83,125MMcfd. The region’s share in the global gas processing capacity is 13.6%.

Major active gas processing plants of the Former Soviet Union are Zapolyarnoye (Russia), Bovanenkovskoye (Russia) and Kazatchiya (Russia).

In the Former Soviet Union, as of September 2021, Russia dominates with an active gas processing capacity of 62,636MMcfd. Zapolyarnoye, Bovanenkovskoye and Kazatchiya are the major active gas processing plants in the country.

Uzbekistan is the second-highest country with an active gas processing capacity of 7,577 mmcfd. Mubarek, Shurtanneftegaz and Kandym are the major active gas processing plants in the country.

Kazakhstan follows next with an active gas processing capacity of 5,073MMcfd. Karachaganak, Tengiz and Zhanazhol GPP-3 are the three active gas processing plants in the country.

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