The Sakhalin Energy company, the operator of the Sakhalin-2 project, will invest over $150m in upgrading the road infrastructure of the Sakhalin region, the press center of the regional administration reported to the Far East Bureau of RBC. Deputy Governor of the Sakhalin region Anatoly Kholodin and technical director of Sakhalin Energy Engel van Spronsen signed a protocol on mutual obligations between the regional administration and the company regarding upgrading automobile roads of regional and federal importance and bridges on them for providing the implementation of the Sakhalin-2 project.
According to the coordinated plan of activities till 2006, the company will finance the complete reconstruction of 39 bridges and road construction. "This is a very important stage of the implementation of the Sakhalin-2 project, which indicates that the project's operators observe the liabilities they took up at the beginning of its implementation", Kholodin pointed out.
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