Mier-Monterrey Pipeline Project

Kinder Morgan

Mier-Monterrey Pipeline Project

Scope

  • Project management
  • Engineering
  • Design
  • Procurement
  • Construction Support Services
  • Surveying
  • Permit Support and Acquisition


Facilities

  • Installation of 86 miles of 30-inch pipeline and four (4) meter stations in Mexico, and an additional 9 miles of 30-inch pipeline and one (1) meter station in the United States

Gulf, in association with construction contractors, provided project management, engineering, surveying, permit support and acquisition, material procurement and construction services (EPC) for Kinder Morgan's Mier-Monterrey Pipeline Project. This major project involved installation of 86-miles of 30-inch pipeline and four (4) meter stations in Mexico. Additionally, 9-miles of 30-inch pipeline and one (1) meter station were installed in the United States.

The project supplies up to 375 MMSCFD of natural gas from southeast Texas to an existing power plant near Monterrey, Mexico. For execution of the project, Gulf partnered with ARB, Inc. and ARB-Arendal located in Monterrey, Mexico.

Gulf's scope of work included project management, engineering, design and supply of equipment and materials, field survey and construction support services. ARB, Inc. was responsible for construction of the U.S. segment of the pipeline, while ARB-Arendal, completed construction of the Mexico segment of the project.

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