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Argentina's waterworks promotion and financing agency Enohsa has signed an agreement with Santa Cruz province's Caleta Olivia mayor, Fernando Cotillo, to build a potable water pipeline costing 12mn pesos (US$3mn).
The project will be financed by the national government, local daily El Patagónico reported.
Work involves building a 16km pipeline from Cañadón Quinta to Caleta Olivia, as well as a pumping station with capacity of 30,000m3/d, and a 500m3 tank in the 3 de Febrero neighborhood.
The new pipeline will have capacity to channel 7,000-10,000m3/d.