Mier - Monterrey Pipeline Project

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February 2003

Gulf Interstate Engineering Company (Gulf) is pleased to announce the award of a contract by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. to provide project management, engineering, surveying, permit support/acquisition, material procurement, and construction services for the Mier - Monterrey Pipeline.

This major project involves installation of 90 miles of 30-inch pipeline and three (3) meter stations in Mexico, as well as an additional 9 miles of 30-inch pipeline and two (2) meter stations in the United States. The project will supply up to 375 MMscf/day from southeast Texas to an existing power plant complex near Monterrey. The scheduled in-service date for the pipeline is the 1st quarter of 2003.

For the execution of the project, Gulf will partner with ARB, Inc. and ARB-Arendal. Gulf's scope of work includes project management, engineering, design, procurement and construction support services. ARB will be responsible for construction of the US segment of the pipeline. ARB-Arendal, based in Monterrey, will be responsible for the construction of the Mexico segment of the project.


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