Metrogas plans to lay 2000 km of gas lines in and around Mexico City

Jun 23, 1999 02:00 AM

Metrogas, the company which won the concession to distribute natural gas in Mexico City, revealed that over the next five years it will lay 2000 km of pipelines to distribute the fuel to 500 thousand users. The main partner in Metrogas is Texas Utilities, with 70 %. Its partners are Grupo Diavaz and Controladora Comercial e Industrial. The company said that laying the pipelines will cause problems for the residents of the capital, but that is working to make citizens aware of the resulting benefits they will enjoy.

Source: Infolatina via Newspage
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