Reportedly, all the facilities were built as part of the Governor’s program “Development of Gasification in the Moscow Region”.
Since the beginning of 2019, 3 new gas pipelines have been commissioned in the Moscow districts of Istra, Mozhaisky and Ramensky. Reportedly, all the facilities were built as part of the Governor’s program “Development of Gasification in the Moscow Region”. This was reported by the press service of the Vice-Governor of the Moscow Region D. Pestov. In particular, 2 new gas pipelines in the village of Pavlovskaya Sloboda of the Istra city district and in the microdistrict Kukarinskoe Pole in the city of Mozhaisk were commissioned to improve the reliability of the existing gas distribution system. The 3rd gas pipeline allowed gasifying the village of Khripan in the city district of Ramensky. The total length of the entered objects is about 4 km.
According to D. Pestov, in 2019 it is planned to build and put into operation 50 new gasification facilities. Thanks to this, another 10,000 residents of the Moscow region will be able to gasify their homes. It should be noted that the governor's program “The development of gasification in the Moscow region until 2025” is the most ambitious program adopted in the region over the past 10 years.
In total, since 2013, over 2 thousand km of gas pipelines were built under the program, about 400 settlements were gasified, and about 200 thousand residents of the Moscow region were able to connect their homes to gas.