The 300km-long, upcoming Jobo–Medellin project will be operated by Canacol Energy. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 8,000 active and developing pipelines worldwide, the onshore gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 20 inches, will start in Cordoba (Colombia) and ends in Antioquia (Colombia). Buy the profile here.

The Jobo–Medellin project is expected to commence operations in 2024 and will be owned by Canacol Energy.

The Jobo–Medellin project is associated with the 477km Jobo–Cartagena, 85km Jobo–Sincelejo Twin and 82km Jobo–Sincelejo.

During the period 2021-2025, the Jobo–Medellin project is expected to witness an estimated capex of $532m.

Contractors involved in the Jobo–Medellin project:

Some of the key contractors for the Jobo–Medellin include –

EPC: Shanghai Engineering and Technology.

About Canacol Energy

Canacol Energy Ltd (Canacol Energy) operates as an oil and gas company that explores and produces conventional and unconventional oil fields. The company operates oil and gas reserves in the Caguan-Putumayo basin, Lower Magdalena basin, Llanos basin, Magdalena basin in Colombia and Oriente basin in Ecuador. It provides drilling services and develops its VIM 5 and VIM 19 E&P natural gas contracts. Canacol Energy built an exploration portfolio of those five different basins in Colombia and Ecuador. The company has negotiated of additional gas contracts for the Clarinete natural gas discovery. It explores and produces conventional and unconventional oil fields across the US and Canada. Canacol Energy is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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