Pemex opens two new liquid natural gas pipelines

Feb 18, 1997 01:00 AM

Feb. 3, 1997 Mexican Pemex has opened two new pipelines for transporting liquid natural gas. The company said the pipelines would save an estimated $ 12.5 mm a year.
One pipeline runs from the Pajaritos terminal on the Gulf of Mexico across the country to Salinas Cruz on the Pacific, avoiding the need to transport liquid natural gas to Mexico's west coast through the Panama canal.
The other pipeline runs from Hobbs, New Mexico, to Ciudad Juarez, reducing the price of imported liquid natural gas. The cross-country pipeline will also help Pemex compete more effectively in Peru and Ecuador. The pipeline has a capacity of 30,000 bpd which could be increased to 40,000 bpd if the terminal at Salinas Cruz is expanded. Eventually, it could carry 60,000 bpd. The New Mexico pipeline's capacity is 24,000 bpd.

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