June 2019, Vol. 246, No. 6

Features

New Gas Pipeline Planned in Dominican Republic

The main objective of the Dominican Republic’s Energetic Plan 2010-2025 is to reduce the import of oil by replacing it with natural gas by a considerable amount. Source: Ministry of Energy For this reason, the generating company AES Andrés, a subsidiary of AES American, will begin construction of 28 miles (45 km) of gas pipeline after the signing of an agreement with mining company Barrick Gold. The two companies have signed a 10-year natural gas supply contract with AES Andres DR, S.A. in the Dominican Republic that will enable the conversion of the Quisqueya I power generation facility from heavy fuel oil to natural gas. PVDC (Pueblo

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