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2008-10-09 06:00:35

Conduit Capital Partners, a private equity investment firm, has announced that its subsidiary, Kuntur Transportadora de Gas, has been awarded a 30-year concession contract by the government of Peru to build a 700-mile pipeline that will carry natural gas from the Camisea gas fields to the port of Ilo in southern Peru.

2008-10-08 09:00:42

Conduit Capital Partners LLC, a private equity investment firm focused on infrastructure investment and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, today announced that its subsidiary, Kuntur Transportadora de Gas, S.A.C.

2008-09-10 09:00:41

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- On August 20, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and other authorities inaugurated the 7 million-cubic-meter-per-day Pecem liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving and regasification terminal in northeastern Brazil.

2008-08-20 09:01:21

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Construction on the second phase of the Camisea pipeline project, launched in July 2007 by Peru's Ministry of Energy, is progressing smoothly.

2008-08-04 12:01:17

By ALEX EMERY Peru plans to choose the operators of two natural-gas pipelines in September as it tries to boost gas consumption and reduce the Andean country's dependence on crude oil imports, President Alan Garcia says.

2008-06-26 21:02:32

LIMA, Peru, June 26 /PRNewswire/ -- PERU LNG announced today that they have secured $2.25 Billion in loans from third party credit agencies to finance the construction of the PERU LNG project.

2006-03-05 13:17:11

LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Peru's Camisea gas pipeline has leaked for the fifth time in 18 months, causing a fire and injuring two people, its operator said on Sunday, following warnings of ruptures because of poor pipe construction.


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