The 584km-long, upcoming Northeastern Argentina Gas (Formosa-Chaco) project will be operated by Integracion Energetica Argentina. This onshore, gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 24 inches, will start in Formosa (Argentina) and ends in Formosa (Argentina).
The Northeastern Argentina Gas (Formosa-Chaco) project is expected to commence operations in 2024 and will be owned by Integracion Energetica Argentina.
The Northeastern Argentina Gas (Formosa-Chaco) project is associated with the 229km Northeastern Argentina Gas (Campo Duran–Formosa).
During the period 2021-2025, the Northeastern Argentina Gas (Formosa-Chaco) project is expected to witness an estimated capex of $144m.
Contractors involved in the Northeastern Argentina Gas (Formosa-Chaco) project:
Some of the key contractors for the Northeastern Argentina Gas (Formosa-Chaco) include –
Main EPC: Ceramic Pipes, Contreras Hnos, Helport, Panedile Argentina SAICF eI, Rovella Carranza.
About Integracion Energetica Argentina
Integracion Energetica Argentina SA (IEASA), formerly Energia Argentina S.A., is a state owned energy company that constructs and operates natural gas pipelines. It stores, transports, distributes, markets and industrializes the hydrocarbons and their derivatives. IEASA conducts design, construction, commissioning, operation, development and maintenance of high-power eolic plants. The company also carries out generation, transportation, distribution and sale of electrical energy from both renewable and non-renewable sources. It also develops renewable energy generation and non-contaminating fuel projects, including eolic, biomass, hydraulic generation, solar, biofuel, and other renewable sources. IEASA is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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