Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands Pipeline

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Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands Pipeline was a proposed gas pipeline running between the United States territories of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.


The pipeline would have run from the Puerto Rican island of Culebra to the Virgin Island of St. Thomas.

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The Puerto Rico–Virgin Islands pipeline was a proposed offshore natural gas pipeline to connect Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands. The pipeline would have started from the Puerto Rican natural gas grid on the island of Culebra and run to Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Gas would have been supplied from the EcoEléctrica's LNG regasification plant in Peñuelas, Puerto Rico to replace diesel fuel for electric generation.

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