May 2019, Vol. 246, No. 5

Features

Delayed Bahia Pipeline Underway in Brazil

By Mauro Nogarin, Contributing Editor After five years of waiting, the state of Bahia began building the first section of the Gas Southwest pipeline, which will be one of the largest pipelines in the interior of Brazil. Most of the natural gas distribution network of 5,840 miles (9,400 km), is located on the coast. Despite all the expectations regarding the pipeline, the country still has a scarce transportation network, which makes it difficult for more product to emerge, without the construction of more distribution networks. Even with the entry of Gasene and the Brazil-Bolivia Gas Pipeline (Gasbol), the

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