The gas pipeline designed to merge the Vaca Muerta camp on the outskirts of Rosario could begin to be built during the first half of 2019 and completed by the middle of 2022.
The project involves the construction of a pipeline between Tratayén, Neuquén and the south of the Gran Rosario, through a compression plant located in the western part of the province of Buenos Aires.
It is a gas pipeline that will have a diameter between 75 and 90 centimeters and a length of just over one thousand kilometers. The intention is to start construction in 2019 with a minimum execution period of 36 months and an estimated investment of $ 1.2 billion.
The three pipelines that are operational add a transport capacity of 8 million cubic meters per day. The production is currently 9 million cubic meters and will grow exponentially in the coming months.