Venezuelan plant to be operational by end of 2013


With an estimated investment of $3.7m, it was revealed recently in Mexico that the Petroleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) expects to finish the LNG gas plant at the SIGMA complex in Guiria, Venezuela by the end of 2013.

Felix Rodriguez, president of PDVSA Gas, made the announcement to participants of the Second Global Year Summit of Infastructure of Natural Liquefied Gas, held in Mexico.

Rodriguez said that the infrastructure works present 36% of progress, which will allow the national oil industry to achieve its devised goals. It was also noted that the plant will provide a production of 4.7 million metric tonnes of LNG per year.

Venezueal boasts proven reserves of 180 trillion cubic feet of gas, equivalent to 2.4% of the world’s reserves, 59% of Central and South America and 29.3% of the America’s overall.

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