Pipelines, Storage & Power

TransCanada delays startup of two pipelines to Mexico

TransCanada will delay the launch of two gas pipelines designed to feed power plants in Mexico.
By Staff reporter 3 August 2018 0 32015

TransCanada will delay the launch of two gas pipelines designed to feed power plants in Mexico, the company said on Thursday in its Q2 2018 results.

The 420 km-long Villa de Reyes pipeline and the 287 km-long Tula pipeline, each with a capacity of 25.1 million cubic metres per day, will now start up in 2019 and 2020 respectively, according to TransCanada.

The company had previously indicated that Villa de Reyes would go online by the end of 2018, while Tula was slated for...