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Jereh to construct 10 LNG fuelling stations in Russia

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Jereh has announced that it has won a contract to construct 10 new LNG fuelling stations in Russia.

According to the statement, the Chinese company will provide integrated services covering modular design, procurement, manufacture and commissioning. The total fuelling capacity of the project is expected to reach 500 million litres per year.

Jereh claims that the whole project will be delivered this September, and will commence operations the following month.

The project will see the fuelling station and control room integrated into two 20 ft containers, respectively, leaving it more compact and convenient for transportation.

Wang Fei, manager of the project said: “We own a self-developed process that targets integrated design and are able to provide shorter delivery period, lower financial input with less space occupation. Equipped with leading modular manufacturing capability, global sourcing platform and international project management system, Jereh guarantees our client a truly turnkey engineering project.”

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