PRESS: Novatek, Rosatom, RusHydro offer Baimsky GOK power plan
MOSCOW, Feb 26 (PRIME) -- Russian gas producer Novatek, nuclear power corporation Rosatom, hydropower company RusHydro have offered alternative layouts of power supply to the Baimsky GOK ore-dressing plant on the Chukchi Peninsula, business daily Kommersant reported on Wednesday, citing sources with knowledge of the results of a meeting with the Far East Development Ministry.
The plant owned by KAZ Minerals needs 250 megawatts of new capacity.
Novatek offered to build a 87 billion ruble floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant with a capacity of 356 megawatts. Rosatom offered 200 billion rubles worth of new nuclear units based on RITM-200 reactors. RusHydro offered to relaunch the 11 billion ruble Arkagalinskaya GRES and to build a 19 billion ruble reserve diesel plant of a 250-megawatt capacity.
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