Sergey Ivanov, head of material department at Amur gas processing plant (AGPP), plans to make a presentation about volumes of broken stone and aggregates which are used in construction of AGPP. The presentation will be made in the framework of the III International conference “Russia’s crushed stone market 2016” in Moscow on 26-27 May.
The Amur gas processing plant is touted to be Russia's biggest gas processing facility. AGPP is being constructed by Gazprom in the Svobodnensky District of the Amur Region. Construction on the RUB 791bn ($12.7bn) project commenced in October 2015.
The use of crushed stone in foreign and Russia’s large infrastructure projects will be discussed at the special session. Among the session’s topics are: preliminary terms and volumes of new fraction purchasing, comparative analysis of domestic and foreign requirements to crushed stone, experience of using new fractions, cost optimization, purchasing prices and many others.
Confirmed participants of the conference: European Aggregates Association (UEPG), Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service, Russia's Ministry of Industry and Trade, Belarus Ministry of architecture and construction, RZD, National Union of technological and pricing audit, Oreldorstroy, Tsentravtomagistral, Oktyabrskaya railway, DSK AVTOBAN, Transstroymechanizatsiya, GeoNerud, Granit, Karier-Service, Novotrans, Kovrovskoe quarries management, Lafarge, Avtoban, Production and processing equipment agency «Molodezhnoe», Ural pipe plant and many others.
The conference’s delegates can enjoy special prices for room reservation at the Metropol hotel.
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