This is reported by Kommersant, citing sources.
As previously reported by the publication, the American company Baker Hughes stops servicing all Russian LNG projects and recalls service engineers.
“NOVATEK figured out how to solve the problem of supplying the first line of Arctic LNG-2.
To do this, the company will order a floating power plant with a capacity of about 300-400 MW, powered by gas piston engines, from the Turkish Karpowership.
At the same time, information on the exact timing of the construction of a floating thermal power plant is not provided.
Earlier, the South China Morning Post reported that several Chinese companies may also stop supplies of equipment for the Arctic LNG-2 liquefied natural gas project amid EU sanctions against Russia.