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The Tamazunchale Pipeline is a 370 km (230 miles) natural gas pipeline, comprised of two segments: Naranjos – El Sauz (130 km) and Tamazunchale - El Sauz, better known as the Tamazunchale Extension (240 km). The pipeline serves communities on the East Coast of Mexico and Central Mexico. This important piece of infrastructure helps Mexico meet the growing demand for energy, and supports the country’s initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, by broadening access to natural gas and reducing reliance on heavy oil.
The Guadalajara Pipeline transports 500 million cubic feet per day of natural gas to a power plant owned by Mexico’s Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE). An additional 360 million cubic feet per day feeds into the Mexican national pipeline system. Completed in 2011, the line helps generate the power needed to keep lights on and the economy functioning in Mexico’s rapidly growing interior.
TC Energía fue la primera compañía privada en construir y operar gasoductos en México. Con una inversión superior a los 5 mil millones de dólares, a través de nuestros más de 1,618 kilómetros de gasoductos, abastecemos de gas natural a regiones clave de México. Buscamos expandir nuestros negocios en México y contribuir así al desarrollo de la infraestructura energética del país.
In June 2016, TC Energy partnered with IEnova, a Mexican infrastructure company, to work together on Sur de Texas – Tuxpan Pipeline. Running almost entirely under the Gulf of Mexico, this 800 km (497 mile) long pipeline will deliver clean-burning natural gas to families and businesses in the state of Veracruz.
Spanning more than 420 km (261 miles) from Tula, Hidalgo, and ends in Villa de Reyes, San Luis Potosí, the completed Villa de Reyes Pipeline will transport natural gas to power generation facilities in Central Mexico. The pipeline will ensure a stable source of energy for the region and help decrease reliance on less environmentally friendly methods of power generation.
At a length of 86 miles (138 km), the North Baja Pipeline System delivers West Texan and Rocky Mountain natural gas from Arizona to California and Mexico. TC Energy operates North Baja Pipeline System and effectively owns 26.8 percent of the pipeline through its interest in TC PipeLines, LP.
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Southeast Gateway will not cross and living coral reefs. We believe in science-based decisions, which is why we invested more than $50-million USD and spent over a year studying the marine environment.
Emergency Management Coordinator, Selene Cázares, sees a positive future for women building fulfilling energy and engineering careers in Mexico.