“Rosneft” plans to build on Sakhalin pipeline clogs—Dagi (starting price — 7.5 billion rubles.) with which oil company will join the transport system “Sakhalin-1” and will be able to transport oil to the mainland. The opportunity she lost after the July crash on my old oil pipeline Okha—Komsomolsk-on-Amur, the route of which coincided with the pipeline “Sakhalin-1”. As a result “Rosneft” has stopped production at the sites of its structure “RN-Sakhalinmorneftegaz”, which produces more than 1 million tons of oil per year. Stop production company, explained the need to carry a deal OPEC+ to limit oil production.Structure of Rosneft LLC “RN-Sakhalinmorneftegaz” to build a pipeline to connect to the system of the project “Sakhalin-1” (implemented by a consortium of Exxon, ONGC, Sodeco and Rosneft). As follows from the materials of purchases of the Russian company, the cost of the first stage of the pipeline clogs—Dagi length of 117 km is estimated at 4.87 billion. the Beginning of works is planned for November of this year, the pipeline should be ready by 2022. In addition, it is planned to upgrade oil pumping station (PS) Dougie for 1.55 bn, PS Tungor over 720 million rubles, NPS clogs for 390 million rubles in the materials of “Rosneft” specifies that construction will be completed in 2025.”Rosneft” had to stop the transportation of oil “Sakhalinmorneftegaz” (production of 1.2 million tons per year; he now owns about three dozen licenses) through the oil pipeline Okha—Komsomolsk-on-Amur in mid-July after a spill of raw materials.In “Rosneft” admitted that “working on a plan to change the route of oil transportation in connection with the deterioration of the pipeline Okha—Komsomolsk-on-Amur” and considering the construction of an alternative pipeline.This is not the first attempt by Rosneft to build a pipeline from the island to the mainland. In 2017, JSC “Sakhalinmorneftemontazh” the beginning of works on construction of the pipeline clogs—Dagi, but in connection with a bankruptcy of contractor, the work was stopped.Dmitry Kozlov