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Snam, BHGE plan to develop four 'micro' LNG plants in Italy
Snam, the Italian transmission system operator, and GE company Baker Hughes, or BHGE, the US oilfield services provider, have entered into an agreement to determine the feasibility of developing four new liquefaction plants for natural gas and biomethane, the companies said in a joint statement Monday. 

Four liquefaction plants for gas, biomethane 
Total production around 140,000 mt/year 
Projected cost Eur50 million-80 million 

The four new small-scale plants, which would be able to liquefy pipeline gas and biomethane, were due to have a production capacity in the region of 140,000 mt/year, while investment in the new plants was said to be Eur50 million-80 million ($58-$93 million), the statement said.