Antea Colombia is involved in the project design and construction of South America’s largest hydrocarbons transmission lines. The project consists of a pipeline comprising a 918km main line and three branches of 45km, 58km and 28km, i.e. 1,059km in total.
The line runs through Peru’s three major physiographic zones (jungle, mountains and coast) and its route develops by 35% at altitudes between 4,000 and 5,000 AMSL. This will translate into more experience in development of international and high-complexity projects.
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Eduardo Táutiva, Engineering Director Colombia