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Phase II South Los Ramones Natural Gas Pipeline System

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Start: 08/2014
Completion: 10/2016
Current Stage In operation
Project Details


This project is part of phase II of the 741km Los Ramones north and south segments. The phase II South pipeline will run 291km from Villa Hidalgo in the state of San Luis Potosí to Apaseo del Alto, Guanajuato. Its operation and maintenance will be the responsibility of TAG Pipelines Sur, a joint venture formed by Mexico Power and Gas Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of GDF Suez; PMI Holdings BV; and TAG Pipelines (an affiliate of Mexgas Supply and Mexgas Enterprises, both subsidiaries of PGPB). Los Ramones Sur will be built by ICA Fluor, a joint venture between Mexico's ICA and US-based Fluor Corporation. All in all, the 855km Los Ramones natural gas pipeline is designed to improve gas supply in Mexico's scarcity-hit central region.

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Key Specs

Full Name
Phase II South Los Ramones Natural Gas Pipeline System
Project Type
Midstream, Oil & Gas Pipelines
Development Phase
In operation
Project Status
Project Capacity
40  Mm3/d (million cubic meters per day)  Oil & Gas Pipelines
US$ 945mn
Completion Date

The phase II Los Ramones South natural gas pipeline will run through Mexico's San Luis Potosí, Querétaro, and Guanajuato states.

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Director, International Development, ICA
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