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September 11, 2018 In the framework of the Fourth Eastern Economic Forum, a panel session “Oil and Gas Processing: Creating a New Industry Cluster” was held.

Today, the contribution of petrochemistry to Russia's GDP is significantly lower than that of the leading countries of the world (less than 2% compared with 6% in the United States and 9% in China). In the face of growing external competition, the right choice of the vector for the development of petrochemical projects in the Far Eastern cluster is of particular relevance. It is no coincidence that it is in the Far East that the largest petrochemical and chemical projects (Amur GPP, Amur Gas Chemical Plant, methanol production plant in Skovorodino, Nakhodka Mineral Fertilizers Plant and several others) are being implemented or are being prepared for implementation with a total value of over $ 20 billion. The close proximity to the APR market gives the cluster an additional advantage. Extraction of helium and valuable components from Yakut and Irkutsk gas at the facilities of the Far East can contribute to the development of both adjacent markets and high-tech industries.

The session reviewed the potential of the Russian Far East in the development of petrochemical projects. The participants discussed which energy products will be in demand in the domestic and foreign markets, what prospects the low-tonnage liquefied natural gas market has in the region.


  • Anton Orderin - Partner, Head of Strategy in the CIS countries, EY


  • Gregory Vygon - Managing Director, VYGON Consulting
  • Sergey Komyshan - Member of the Board, Executive Director, SIBUR LLC
  • Boris Krasnovsky - General Director, ESN LLC
  • Nikolay Sabitov - General Director, CJSC "Nakhodka Plant of Mineral Fertilizers"
  • Pavel Sorokin - Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation


  • Viktor Evtukhov - State Secretary - Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
  • Yuri Korsun - Deputy Chairman, State Corporation "Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)"

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