Mexico’s state utility Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) has clinched some preliminary agreements for LNG and natural gas infrastructure projects with Sempra Infrastructure, including a potential joint venture.
The liquefied natural gas and energy infrastructure arm of San Diego-based Sempra may create a partnership with CFE to reroute the Guaymas-El Oro pipeline in Sonora under the agreement. Guaymas-El Oro, part of the 510 MMcf/d Sonora pipeline system owned by IEnova, has been out of service since 2017.
CFE has been looking for a partner to create a pipeline segment to supply gas-fired plants in Baja California State, Mexico.
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