Regulatory News

The Federal Government's Security, Energy and Environment Agency (ASEA) of Mexico is evaluating the authorization of the installation of a new gas pipeline in the Puebla and Tlaxcala valley, with 10,000 kilometers of high and low pressure pipes to transport natural gas to industrial parks, as well as to supply businesses and homes.

The project consists of the construction, operation and maintenance of a natural gas distribution network divided into two stages. In the first stage, there will be 2,626 kilometers of pipelines, 3 city gates and 7 district stations; and in the second, the remaining 7,374 kilometers of pipelines will be designed and built.

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