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TC Energy lands another Mexico natgas infra contract

Canadian midstream firm TC Energy has landed another major contract for natural gas infrastructure in Mexico. 

In addition to continuing construction of the US$4.5bn Southeast Gateway offshore pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico, TC will also be in charge of expanding infrastructure related to the existing Texas-Tuxpan pipeline, also known as the Sur de Texas-Tuxpan duct, that it put into operation in 2019 after teaming up with local firm IEnova for its construction in 2016.

The 800km pipeline transports 2.6Bf3/d of natural gas from Brownsville, Texas, to Tamaulipas and Veracruz states. The company’s latest contract involves building a new compression station in Altamira port in Tamaulipas, which houses other major energy investments such as US company New Fortress Energy’s 1.4Mt/y liquefaction systems, known as FLNG1.

The new contract was signed on December 20, the Altamira port authority said in a Facebook post on Tuesday.

The project, known as ECA 2, is necessary for the growth of the port, the authority said, adding that the new compression station will be built in a 4ha area, one hectare less than the existing Altamira compression station.

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