This project opens a valuable new market for producers and helps create stable jobs, as well as promotes sustainable economic development through the growth of the industry in the region.
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430 km (267 miles) in length
202 million cubic feet per day capacity (natural gas)
Estimated investment in Mazatlán: $393 million
As part of our commitment to environmental preservation, 500 endangered baby Golfina turtles in Sinaloa – part of a critically endangered species – were led out to sea by a team of dedicated volunteers.
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The Mazatlán Pipeline connects to TransCanada’s Topolobampo pipeline, linking the states of Chihuahua and Sinaloa across the Sierra Tarahumara.
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