A unique operation of convoying a barge through the ice of a Sarepta channel creek and saving the equipment destined for Kazachya compressor station from its frozen trap.
Four 1000-tonne adsorbers were meant to process gas for its transportation through the Turkish Stream. That complex engineering operation allowed to deliver the oversized and overweight equipment on time. To do this, we had to make a 40-meter clearing in the ice for the distance of 5 kilometers and lead the caravan through the rubble ice with a pinpoint accuracy.
This is a next step of Russian specialists on their way to solve the strategic task of supplying Russian gas to Europe.