The 420km-long, upcoming Tula–Villa de Reyes project will be operated by TC Energy. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 8,000 active and developing pipelines worldwide, the onshore gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 36 inches, will start in Hidalgo (Mexico) and ends in San Luis Potosi (Mexico). Buy the profile here.

The Tula–Villa de Reyes project is expected to commence operations in 2023 and will be owned by TC Energy.

The Tula–Villa de Reyes project is associated with the 388km Villa de Reyes–Guadalajara and 324km Tuxpan–Tula.

During the period 2021-2025, the Tula–Villa de Reyes project is expected to witness an estimated capex of $270m.

Contractors involved in the Tula–Villa de Reyes project:

Some of the key contractors for the Tula–Villa de Reyes include –

Main EPC: Bonatti.

About TC Energy

TC Energy Corporation (TC Energy) is an energy infrastructure company. It develops and operates energy infrastructure, such as natural gas pipelines, liquids pipelines, power generation and gas storage facilities. The company also provides gas storage related services and operates in the regulated and non-regulated natural gas storage business. TC Energy owns and operates natural gas pipelines in Canada, the US and Mexico. The company conducts wholesale and retail electricity marketing and trading in Alberta, Ontario and the US. It is also the general partner of TC PipeLines, LP a limited partnership that owns interests in the US- based natural gas pipelines. TC Energy is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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