October 2019, Vol. 246, No. 10

Features

Laguna-Aguascalientes Gas Pipeline Propels Growth in Mexico

By Mauro Nogarin, Contributing Editor It is estimated that by 2026 in Mexico, natural gas demand will double the total amount of natural gas produced in 2012. Meanwhile, the current conditions suggest production will increase 2.8% annually.  Construction on the 48-inch, 275 miles (442 km) Laguna-Aguascalientes Gas Pipeline is 60% complete, SICIM said. The new national energy plan, through the expansion of the gas pipeline network, aims to respond to the continued economic growth of the central and southern regions of the country, by allowing development of a transport infrastructure that guarantees the supply of natural gas, based on t

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