FIELDS OF ACTIVITY
GLE LLC operations today focus on the delivery of design and cost estimate documentation and engineering services for key facilities of the oil and gas industry.
Automated workstations are fully equipped for engineers, including 3D and CAD graphic tools, and server hardware allows to efficiently synchronize the work of several business units in different locations.
The development strategy of GLE LLC implies a phased transition from traditional engineering to provision of world-class EP/EPC services.
Technical Support Services
of Survey Activities
of Operational Documentation
LARGEST ENGINEERING REFERENCES
GAS PROCESSING COMPLEX
within Ust-Luga Ethane-Rich Gas Processing Cluster
The facility will be the largest natural gas processing complex and the largest producer of liquefied natural gas in Northwest Europe. The high potential in ethane-rich gas production (approx. ethane content – 10.9% wt.) of Nadym-Pur-Taz region will ensure availability of feedstock for the complex at least until 2050.
GAZPROM NEFTEKHIM SALAVAT
Gazprom neftekhim Salavat LLC is one of the leading petrochemical complexes in Russia. Founded in 1948, the facility provides a full cycle of hydrocarbon feedstock processing, and produces over 150 types of various products, such as automotive gasoline, diesel fuel, fuel oil, viscous bitumen, feedstock for road asphalt, sulfur, LDPE, HDPE-S, ethylene, styrene, PSM-E, butyl alcohols, urea, ammonia.
ORENBURG GAS CHEMICAL COMPLEX
Orenburg Gas Chemical Complex comprising a gas processing plant and a helium plant was created on the basis of a unique gas condensate field with reserves of about 1.9 trillion m3 of natural gas and 120 million tons of condensate which was discovered in 1966. In addition to hydrocarbons and sulfur compounds, the Orenburg deposits contain helium – energy source of the future, a strategic product whose role in the development of scientific and technological progress is constantly growing.
ASTRAKHAN GAS PROCESSING PLANT
Astrakhan Gas Processing Plant, the largest producer of sulfur gas in Russia, is located on the territory of the Astrakhan gas condensate field. The first train of the plant was put into operation in 1986, and the second one in 1997. In 2002, the plant reached its maximum design capacity of 12 bln m3 of gas per year.