Mexico Gas Pipeline at Center of Dispute Starts Operations

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A major natural gas pipeline between Texas and the Mexican Gulf Coast port of Tuxpan that was at the heart of a dispute between Mexico's government and infrastructure firms begins operations on Tuesday, the companies behind it said.

Canada's TC Energy and a Mexican unit of U.S. company Sempra Energy, IEnova, said in a statement the $2.6 billion Marino Sur pipeline was starting operations. The announcement was made three weeks after the government said it had renegotiated some terms of the contract to build it.

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