The world's largest liquefied natural gas, the largest electronics module shipped to the Arctic
At 3pm on September 15th, 2021, the largest electrical equipment room CCB module in the world's largest Arctic LNG2 project, awarded to Liquefied Natural Gas, was shipped to the North Pole.
Developed by Novatek, Russia's largest independent gas producer, the Liquefied Natural Gas 2 is currently the world's largest project for a polar gas liquefaction plant. The project, located in the Arctic region, consists of three liquefied natural gas production lines, each with an annual capacity of 6.6 million tons.
From the beginning of the project to the success of the ship, in the process of BOMESC related personnel and leaders to make a lot of efforts to this end, during the construction of the project to face the challenges of the global epidemic, the construction of the project, the arrival of goods and so on are affected. Project related personnel stick to the plan node, put in high-quality technical force, management and Construction Team, work together to ensure quality, overcome difficulties.
Russia's West Siberian Arctic region is the world's largest natural gas region, containing more than 40 trillion cubic meters of natural gas, accounting for 37% of the world's proven natural gas reserves. As a result, Russia plans to build the world's largest liquefied natural gas production plant here. To complete the development of the liquefied natural gas, the project engineering materials, construction standards and construction quality must be able to operate normally in extreme cold weather. Therefore, after a rigorous examination, Russia has selected six Chinese companies, including liquefied natural gas, to produce project modules for it, which shows that in terms of the production and construction of project modules, china has entered the world's top echelon.