GAS INFRASTRUCTURE EYED FOR SOUTHERN BRAZIL

A group of Brazilian companies aims for a yearend 1994 start-up of a gas transmission infrastructure in southern Brazil. Budget for the first phase of the project, involving a pipeline grid and a possible liquefied natural gas terminal in Parana or Santa Catarina states, is set at $430 million.

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