May 2019, Vol. 246, No. 5

Features

Hard Rock Completes Rio Grande Directional Drill

By Jeff Griffin, Freelance Energy Writer Every long horizontal directional drilling (HDD) installation has something that sets it apart from other projects, but not many involve crossing international boundaries. The site where a steel gas line was installed under the Rio Grande. An example of one that did is a recent river crossing completed by San Antonio contractor Hard Rock Directional Drilling. A 1,771-foot steel gas line was installed under the Rio Grande River as a section of a pipeline to carry natural gas from Mexico to a facility in the United States. The pilot bore was launched on t

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