The complex of regasification of liquefied natural gas «Borovoe»

Project description

The complex of regasification of liquefied natural gas "Borovoe" is a site of technological equipment that provides reception, storage and regasification of LNG for the subsequent supply of gas to the consumer.

This project is implemented strictly in accordance with the individual requirements of the consumer and the regulatory-permitting framework of the Republic of Kazakhstan and fully provides environmentally friendly fuel boiler complex for «Rixos Borovoe». The collaborative project of «Global Gas Group» and «Rixos Borovoe» hotel became the first among the whole set of activities aimed at improving of environment of reserve zone of Akmola region.

The structure of the complex «Borovoe» includes the following objects:

  • Technological equipment site;
  • Site for LNG road-tankers;
  • Site of organized entry-exit of road-tankers;
  • Operational control room.

The complex of regasification «Borovoe» is equipped with modern automated systems of control, regulation and management, high-tech security system. All used equipment, rebar and materials have certificates of conformity.

Delivery of LNG fuel from the LNG production complex on GDS-4 (gas distribution station) in Yekaterinburg to the object of consumption is carried out by transport cryogenic semi-trailer tankers of «Global Gas Group» with a volume of 52 m3, allowing to transport 19180 kg of LNG at an equilibrium pressure of up to 0.7 MPa. This amount is equivalent to 28206 PG m3 at standard conditions. After delivery to the consumer, liquefied natural gas is used as an energy carrier for the same purposes as conventional natural gas.

The project of gasification of the diesel boiler room does not provide for large-scale capital investments and time costs, and due to the favorable difference in the cost of natural gas relative to prices of diesel, significantly reduces energy costs.

Project details

Location: Akmola region, Shchuchinsk.

Transportation route Yekaterinburg-Shchuchinsk 900 km

Construction and installation works: 3.5 months

Entry into service: July, 2018

Capacity: 9 Gcal/hour

Reduction of concentrations of pollutants in the surface layer of the atmosphere anthropogenic ≈10-15 %