December 2017, Vol. 244, No. 12


New Gas Pipeline Projects Underway in Colombia

A technical study by the Mining and Energy Planning Unit (UPME) estimates the demand for natural gas throughout Colombia in the medium term will reach an average growth of 2.2% between 2015 and 2035, from 1,060 Giga Btu daily (GBtu/d) to 1,707 GBtu/d, driven by continued economic growth, steady population increases and the replacement of a number of less-efficient fossil fuels by natural gas. The growth in each region of this critically situated South America republic is determined by the physical characteristics and the specific economic activities that govern them. As a result, the coastal region still maintains the largest participation, followed by the northwest and central regions of t

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