December 2018, Vol. 245, No. 12

Features

Cordillerano Pipeline Extension will be Delivered in March 2019

By Mauro Nogarin, Contributing Editor Sustained increase in demand for natural gas in regions of Argentina has shut out new users, leading the nation’s Ministry of Energy to expedite work expanding the Patagonian System, the compressor plant in Rio Senger and the Las Armas compressor plant. Preparation of 12-inch pipes in the area of Argentine Patagonia. (photo: Municipality of Esquel) The work is highly anticipated in Bariloche and other nearby locations, where there are several thousand potential users who cannot connect to the natural gas network and its original gas pipeline, which is now 30 years old. The extension work was sched

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