Enap seeks to replace Chile’s LNG imports with tight gas

Chilean state-run company Enap will seek to replace some of the country’s LNG imports with domestically produced tight gas in the coming years.
By Staff reporter 1 September 2017 0 27420

Chilean state-run company Enap will seek to replace some of the country’s LNG imports with domestically produced tight gas in the coming years, Business News Americas quoted the company’s chief executive, Marcelo Tokman, as saying on Wednesday.

Enap is studying options to transport tight gas produced in Chile’s remote southern region of Magallanes to the country’s densely populated central-south, Tokman told the Latin America Energy Summit in Santiago, the Chilean capital.

Enap is exploring the Coirón Block, which is part of the so-called Zona...

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