February 2020, Vol. 247, No. 2


New Pipelines of Latin America

By Mauro Nogarin, Contributing Editor While proven reserves of natural gas in Latin America represent only 4% of global reserves, gas pipeline infrastructure is currently insufficient to meet growing demand.  The large countries of the region, particularly Brazil, Mexico and Argentina, are large producers and large importers of natural gas, but each faces its own infrastructure challenges to meet domestic demand. Brazil has 5,800 miles (9,409 km) of pipelines but lacks distribution infrastructure in the central part of the country. Argentina has a substantial but aging network that requires updating, while Colombia recently stepped up its effort

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