INDUSTRY BRIEFS

10/04/1999
PipelinesTransCanada PipeLines Ltd.,Calgary, completed construction of a $266 million, 700-km natural gas pipeline in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula (OGJ, Mar. 8, 1999, p. 62). The 24-in. line, Energía Mayakán, will transport 370 MMcfd of gas from Ciudad Pemex, Tabasco, to power plants in Cam- peche and Yucatan. The line will also deliver gas to customers, including several power plants being converted from fuel oil to natural gas. TransCanada holds a 62.5% interest in the line, which was the first such project to be awarded to the private sector by Mexico. Other interest holders are InterGen unit Merida Pipeline Ltd., 32.5%, and Gutsa Construcciones SA de CV, 5%.Tennessee G...
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