Pochinki – Gryazovets

The Pochinki – Gryazovets gas pipeline serves as an interconnector between the central and northern gas transmission corridors of Russia’s Unified Gas Supply System. The pipeline has made gas supplies to the northwestern and central regions of the country more reliable and flexible.

Pochinki – Gryazovets gas pipeline

Pochinki – Gryazovets gas pipeline

Figures and facts

Length: 645 kilometers.

Diameter: 1,420 millimeters.

Working pressure: 75 atm (7.4 MPa).

Annual capacity: around 22 billion cubic meters of gas.

Number of compressor stations: 4.

The gas pipeline’s route passes through the Nizhny Novgorod, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Yaroslavl and Vologda Regions.

Lukoyanovskaya compressor station

Lukoyanovskaya compressor station

Development

The gas pipeline’s construction was launched in September 2007 and completed in 2012.

Start of Pochinki – Gryazovets gas pipeline’s construction

Start of Pochinki – Gryazovets gas pipeline’s construction

At present, the pipeline conveys gas to northwestern Russia. Later on, with the development of gas production in the Yamal Peninsula, the pipeline will be able to provide reverse-flow supplies, redirecting gas to central Russia.

Ivanovskaya compressor station

Ivanovskaya compressor station