May 2011, Vol. 238 No. 5

Features

Work On Argentina-Bolivia Pipeline Moves Ahead

Argentina and Bolivia are building a cross-border pipeline to transport up to 27 MMcf/d of natural gas from Bolivia to the northern Argentine province of Salta. The Argentine section will be 32-km-long, 30 inches in diameter and cost an estimated $US49.7 million; the Bolivian section will be 18-km-long, 32 inches in diameter and cost $US43 million. In July 2010, Energía Argentina Sociedad Anónima announced that Services Vertu had been awarded a contract for the Argentine section of the pipeline, which included environmental studies, engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the pipeline and associated facilities. The purpose of the pipeline is

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