Chile to Export Gas to Argentina

(Energy Analytics Institute, Ian Silverman, 8.Jul.2018) – Chile signed an agreement to export natural gas to Argentina over the next three years.

The agreement allows Chile to export a maximum 3 million cubic meters per day (MMcm/d) of natural gas to Argentina during the austral winter, state oil company ENAP announced in an official statement on its website.

The framework contract, which replicates other similar agreements in recent years, was signed between ENAP and the Argentine state company IEASA.

“The start of a third consecutive shipment of natural gas to Argentina represents a great step forward towards energy integration between both countries,” said ENAP General Manager Marcelo Tokman.

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