Began commercial operations the Burgos - Monterrey liquefied petroleum gas transportation system

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December 24th, 2007

On December 24th, 2007 the " Burgos - Monterrey" liquefied petroleum gas transportation system began commercial operations, property of TDF, S. of R.L. of C.V. This transportation system guarantees the continuity of liquefied petroleum gas deliveries to the Monterrey, Saltillo and La Laguna zone.

The transportation system includes a 12-inches and 190-km pipeline, which starts in the Interconnection between the Burgos Gas Processing Center and the Pumping station in Reynosa, Tamaulipas; and ends at the Delivery Facility in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.
It is important to mention that the Burgos – Monterrey transportation system is the first liquefied petroleum gas transportation system by pipelines constructed by a private company in Mexico.

From ten years of its creation, Gasoductos de Chihuahua is consolidating as a leader company in the transportation of natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas in Mexico.

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