Russia’s Tatneft to make energy from petroleum-coke slurry

May 28, 2014

Tatneft’s board has approved a contract with its 100% subsidiary Nizhnekamskaya co-generation plant to upgrade its power units TGME-464. It is planned that the co-generation plant will use petroleum-coke slurry rather than gas after reconstruction. Taneko is going to produce slurry from the end of 2015. The project to upgrade the co-generation plant is estimated at 9.8bn rubles. It is to be completed by March 31 2017, Kommersant Kazan has reported.


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