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Infographic: Russia natural gas, LNG landscape

London — With the startup of the third train at the Novatek-operated Yamal LNG and the lifting of the project's 100th cargo, Russia is driving forward its ambition to become a bigger player on the global natural gas market.

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Its current LNG production capacity of 26 million mt/year from its two operational LNG terminals at Yamal and Sakhalin is set to increase to around 66 million mt/year with plans for three more plants.

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