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A Mexico natural gas operator has turned to European financing for a 71mn-euro (US$97.7mn) compression station project, BNamericas has learned.
The infrastructure aims to increase capacity of the existing San Fernando-Cempoala pipeline to deliver additional gas to the Gulf coast from northern Mexico. The 19Gm3/year-capacity station will boast three 15.5MW compressors, one of which will be a spare unit.
"No residual negative social impacts are identified in the EIS," said the bank.
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