The South Texas-Tuxpan gas pipeline is an underwater natural gas pipeline between the Texas, US, and Veracruz. The southern region of the US’s increasing demand for natural gas has created the necessity of this project: it is being built by the Federal Electricity Commission of Mexico, and will become the country’s first subsea pipeline.
The gas pipeline construction will start in May 2017 and the completion is currently scheduled for late-2018.
The pipeline will be an underwater pipeline, it will include both onshore and offshore routes and it will start of the shore of the Gulf of Mexico, near Brownsville in Texas, US, and end in Tuxpan port in Veracruz, Mexico. It will have a capacity to transport 2,6 billion cubic feet of natural gas a day.
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