Enarsa renewed the agreement so that Argentina continues importing gas from Bolivia, but only for two more months

Enarsa renewed the agreement so that Argentina continues importing gas from Bolivia, but only for two more months
Enarsa renewed the agreement so that Argentina continues importing gas from Bolivia, but only for two more months

The state Energía Argentina (Enarsa) agreed with Bolivia to continue the supply of gas to supply the demand of seven provinces in the center and north of the country during the winterin order to avoid new shortage problems and as a result of the delayed completion of the Reversal of the Northern Gasduct.

The state company announced that signed with Yacimientos Petrolófilos Fiscales Bolivianos (YPFB) the ninth addendum to the contract that binds them to ensure the provision of natural gas for the demand of Northern Argentina for the months of August and September of this year.

From Enarsa they assured that “This supply will allow the central/northern area of ​​the country to be supplied with up to 4 million cubic meters per day (MMm3/day) depending on the requirements of internal demand, while the Northern Gasduct Reversal project, currently underway, is completed. “.

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At the same time, they stated that “This TGN gas pipeline reversal project is estimated to be operational on September 15. allowing to bring to the northern provinces an additional 5 MMm3/day to the current ones and in a second stage another 4 MMm3/day.”

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