Jereh Builds 10 LNG Fuelling Stations in Russia

July 26, 2019

 Signing ceremony between Jereh and Russian client. Photo: Jereh group
Signing ceremony between Jereh and Russian client. Photo: Jereh group

Chinese oil and gas company Jereh has announced that it has won a contract to construct 10 new LNG fueling stations in Russia.

According to a statement from the company, it won the bid for 10 LNG fueling stations in Russia, which is believed to be the biggest order for LNG fueling within Russian market till now.

Jereh is going to provide integrated services for this project covering modular design, procurement, manufacture, as well as commissioning. Its total fueling capacity is estimated to reach 500 million liter one year, which will strongly bolster local LNG supply.

The whole project will be delivered in this September and put into use a month later, in October, it said.

Russia holds the largest natural gas reserves in the world and is the second-largest producer of dry natural gas. Almost 90% of Russia’s natural gas exports were delivered to customers in Europe via pipeline.

In 2018, Russian government decided to subsidize civilian-use of LNG with the aim to benefit both local environment and natural gas export. Ferry and train will make it way cheaper and more flexible to transport liquefied natural gas. In this way, LNG market can be greatly boosted and export volume shall soar.

For this project, metering accuracy, reliable quality and steady performance were highly accentuated by the client. Jereh hence conducted customized design that fueling station and control room are integrated into two 20-feet containers respectively, leaving it more compact and more convenient for transportation.


Jereh Oil & Gas Engineering Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Jereh group that specializes in oil and gas.

Categories: Energy LNG Bunkering Fuel


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