- Destination: Mexico
- Length: kilometres ( miles)
- Capacity: per day
- Status: Under Construction
- The pipeline project is designed to supply US natural gas to Mexico. Gas is transported to the border by Agua Dulce‐Frontera gas pipeline
- Phase I:
- The project consists of a 48“ pipeline with a distance of approximately 114 km
- The investment will be 600 million,
- The pipeline will run between the towns of Camargo, Tamaulipas, and Los Ramones, Nuevo Leon, and provide a capacity of one billion cubic feet per day (MMcfd)
- Phase II:
- The project consists of a 42” pipeline with a distance of approximately 740km
- The project will include the following:
- Interconnection station with the Transportation System “Los Ramones Phase I” (Receipt point)
- Three (3) Compression stations located in: Villagrán, Tamaulipas; Doctor Arroyo, Nuevo León; and Villa Hidalgo, San Luis Potosí.
- Four (4) Metering & Regulation Stations at the Delivery Points of the INTS located in: San Luis Potosí, San Luis de la Paz, Parque Industrial Queretaro and Apaseo el Alto.
- Twenty‐two (22) Main Line Valves.
- One (1) Main Control Room and One (1) Back‐Up Control Room.
- ICA Fluor: Engineering, procurement, construction, testing, commissioning and start-up services of a 291.7-kilometer-long, 42-inch diameter pipeline with one compression station (for a total capacity of 1,420 MMCFD), located in the southern portion of the Los Ramones Phase II gas transportation system
- 2014 - ICA Fluor awarded EPC contract for part of phase II
- “Los Ramones Phase II” Project Management Presentation Strategy For Natural Gas Supply
- The proposed Phase I will Ramones border to Nuevo Leon Tamaulipas
- ICA Fluor to Build a $743 Million Gas Pipeline in Mexico