Italy-based engineering and contracting company Siirtec Nigi has won a contract from Gazprom komplektatsiya to implement a natural gas treatment plant (GTP), to be constructed at the Kazachya Compression Station near Anapa in the Krasnodar region, Russia.

The terms of the contract were not revealed.

Gazprom’s GTP will be constructed to treat gas from the South Stream Project, a 2,830km long gas pipeline that will transport Russian natural gas through Black Sea to Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, and Austria.

As a part of the contract, Siirtec Nigi will supply technology, engineering and design documentation, as well as equipment and materials essential for the implementation of two GTP trains, which will start in 2015 and 2016, respectively.

In addition, the company will be responsible for erection, commissioning and start-up supervision.

Gazprom komplektatsiya is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom.