Second Transmagallánico Gas Pipeline

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Second Transmagallánico Gas Pipeline is a gas pipeline in Argentina.[1]


The pipeline runs from Cabo Espiritu Santo in the Province of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina to Cabo Vírgenes, Santa Cruz province, Argentina, adjacent to the San Martin Pipeline

Project Details

  • Operator: Transportadora de Gas del Sur
  • Parent company: Companía de Inversiones de Energía S.A. (55.3%), D.E. Shaw (15.2%), NYSE & Argentinian Stock Exchange (29.5%)
  • Current capacity: 247.20 million cubic feet per day (7 million cubic meters per day)
  • Length: 36 km / 22 miles
  • Status: Operating
  • Start Year: 2010


The pipeline was laid alongside the southernmost terminus of the San Martín Gas Pipeline and increased its transport capacity from 11 to 18 million cubic meters per day.[2]

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