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Líneas de Transmisión Peruanas has until December 20 to respond to EIS observations for a US$500mn transmission project in northern Peru.
The 600km 220kV Moyobamba-Iquitos line will span regions San Martín and Loreto regions, and connect the isolated Iquitos system to the national SEIN grid.
Information from the energy and mines ministry's energy environmental affairs office reveals that 131 observations were made to the EIS.
Moyobamba-Iquitos will take an estimated three years to complete and includes construction of two substations and expansion of another two.
Moyobamba-Iquitos and Montalvo-Los Héroes are part of a group of 220kV lines due online through early 2019 that include Azángaro-Juliaca-Puno, Carhuaquero-Cajamarca Norte-Caclic-Moyobamba, Friaspata-Mollepata, La Planicie-Industriales and Machupicchu-Quencoro-Onocora-Tintaya.