Yucatan pipeline signals new era in Mexican gas transportation

Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor Field-joint coating and inspection takes place ahead of lowering in along one of the rugged areas on the Yucatan gas pipeline (Fig. 2). Photograph from Bechtel de M?xico, Mexico City. Additional lengths of pipe, concrete coated, are pulled through one of the swampy areas (Fig. 3). Photograph from Bechtel de M?xico, Mexico City. [46,642 bytes] Construction advances along rocky right-of-way in the Mexican states of Yucatan and Chiapas as the Yucatan Peninsula gas pipeline makes progress toward September 1999 start-up (Fig. 4). Photograph from TransCanada PipeLines Ltd., Calgary. [22,569 b...

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