TransCanada to finish building Mexican pipeline by year-end

By Staff reporter 17 May 2017

TransCanada plans to finish building the $500 million El Encino-Topolobampo pipeline in Mexico by the end of the year, a spokesman told Platts.

Several legal issues with communities in the state of Chihuahua and a lawsuit by the community of San Luis de Majimachi have delayed the project.

The pipeline will eventually deliver gas from the United States via a planned South Texas-Tuxpan undersea pipeline to the Mexican states of Veracruz, Puebla and Hidalgo.

TransCanada won the tender to build, own and operate the pipeline in May 2015....

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