Pemex Brings Damaged Pipeline Back Online
Mexico's state oil company Pemex has restarted operations at the 36-inch Guanajuato-Guadalajara natural gas pipeline, which suffered two explosions late last week, the company said in a statement.
Pemex installed a bypass in order to connect the undamaged portions of the pipeline and reestablish flow.
Specifically, the Celaya-Salamanca section of the pipeline restarted operations Sunday and the Guadalajara-Aguascalientes section of the same infrastructure was due to restart operations Monday morning.
Meanwhile, the eight-inch Anil-Cuernavaca gasoline pipeline in Mexico City's Iztapalapa district is back online after rains caused the infrastructure to rupture last week, Pemex said in a separate statement.
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