The Texas-based natural gas midstream company Mirage Energy Corp. is developing a pipeline system that would deliver supplies from Texas to Sistrangas, Mexico's national pipeline network.
The pipeline system would be composed of four bidirectional sections that include the 95-mile Concho line connecting Texas mainlines to the Mexican border; the 14-mile Storage line connecting the international crossing at the border to the Brasil storage field in Tamaulipas, Mexico; the 36-mile Progreso pipeline that runs from the international crossing to Pemex Gas y Petroquímica's Station 19; and the 67-mile Progreso II extension that runs from Station 19 to the Los Ramones interconnect in Mexico.
Mirage has completed alignment and engineering and design on all pipe sections and is requesting for all necessary permits from regulators in Mexico and the U.S. The company is also working on obtaining right-of-way agreements. Mirage has identified a number of gas sources for the pipeline and is in discussions for a long-term supply commitment, as well as for potential partnerships to cater to gas demand in Mexico.