June 2017, Vol. 244, No. 6


Work Progresses on Vital Natural Gas Pipeline in Mexico

It is estimated by 2028 there will be 393 MMcf/d of natural gas needed by power generation plants in the states of Chihuahua and Durango, according to a technical study by Mexico’s state-owned electric utility Comisión Federal de Energía (CFE) (Federal Electricity Commission). The El Encino-La Laguna Pipeline is a natural gas pipeline from El Encino Compression Station in the state of Chihuahua to the Lerdo Power Plant in the state of Durango. The project’s engineering, procurement and construction activities were assigned to GDI Sicim Pipelines S.A., a Mexican construction company comprised of Grupo Desarrollo Infraestructura (GDI) and Sicim. The project, awarded in December 2014 by Ferma

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