"Rosneft" and of Exxon, partners in the "Sakhalin-1", is planning to build its own pipeline to the future LNG plant on the mainland near the port of De-Kastri. In this case, "Rosneft" will no longer need for the use of "Gazprom" for gas transportation services, which the oil company vigorously sought in the courts.
"Rosneft" and the American Exxon decided to build its own gas pipeline, which will transport gas from the fields of "Sakhalin-1" to the mainland in De-Kastri port, where the company's plan to build an LNG plant. In this case, they will not have to use the Trans-Sakhalin pipeline, which is owned by the operator of the project "Sakhalin-2» Sakhalin Energy (controlled by "Gazprom"). "Rosneft" upheld in the courts access to the pipeline "Sakhalin-2", but only on the spare capacity of the gas pipeline. For the construction of "Rosneft" of the plant need to pump at least 8 billion cubic meters of gas per year, which will require expanding the Trans pipeline.
the project "Sakhalin-1" operator Exxon Neftegas reported that prepared the program complex marine engineering research building a gas pipeline from the Chayvo "Sakhalin-1" through the Tatar Strait to the terminal in De-Kastri. Surveys will be carried out during the 2016-2018 period.
Initially it was assumed that "Rosneft" and Exxon to build an LNG plant on Sakhalin Island, but in the current circumstances it is not clear whether the "Rosneft" in general is ready to implement this project. But during the recent visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Moscow Indian side expressed interest in buying LNG from this plant.
Also, "Rosneft" has completed today a joint venture with Alltech to create another project to export liquefied natural gas "Pechora LNG". "The structure of the joint venture have been made mining license in respect Kumzhinskoe and Korovinskoye deposits and money that will be spent on development of the project. "Rosneft" has received a majority stake in the joint venture "- the company said.