November 2017, Vol. 244, No. 11


A New Era for Argentine Gas Pipelines

The construction of the 932-mile (1,500-km) Argentine Northeastern Gas Pipeline (GNEA) is designed to transport greater volumes of gas from Bolivia to parts of Argentina where about 40% of the population living in the provinces is still forced to use bottled gas. For this reason, one of the priorities of the new government calls  for the construction of three important gas infrastructure projects. “Expansion of the Natural Gas Transportation and Distribution System,” will, by the end of 2018, allow natural gas to be delivered to 140,500 homes, in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Chubut, Río Negro and Santa Fe, with an investment of $248.5 million. The projects are: Extension of the Cordiller

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