Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) has launched the tender process for the Topolobampo pipeline branch in Sinaloa state.
The project comprises the engineering, procurement, acquisition of real estate rights, permits and governmental approvals, funding, construction, operation and maintenance of a pipeline with capacity of 248 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD). The pipeline will have a length of 32 kilometers (km) and a 24-inch diameter.
The total project investment is estimated at US$55 million.
This project will transport natural gas from El Encino – Topolobampo gas pipeline to the Noroeste (Topolobampo II) and Topolobampo III combined cycle power plants, located in the State of Sinaloa.