The proposed Phase I will Ramones border to Nuevo Leon Tamaulipas

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Chihuahua Gas, a subsidiary of Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals, unveiled the results of the competition to provide the pipe for the construction of the 118 km pipeline of 48 inches from the first phase of The Ramones, which was awarded to Tubacero, a Mexican company.

The Phase I project The Ramones, whose investment will be 600 million, will run between the towns of Camargo, Tamaulipas, and Los Ramones, Nuevo Leon, and provide a capacity of one billion cubic feet per day (MMcfd) from its into operation in December 2014, capacity will increase to two thousand MMcfd in December 2015, once you add two compression stations.

With the participation of vendor product Tubacero as The Ramones Phase I marks the commitment of the Government of the Republic to boost the competitiveness of Mexican industry, the growth of the national economy and the country's development.

Thus, Pemex recognizes the capacity and quality of Mexican industry to provide necessary inputs to the development of infrastructure projects.

The strategy developed supply of natural gas by Pemex includes actions in the short term, such as liquefied natural gas imports, and in the medium term development of infrastructure projects to ensure the supply of natural gas.

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