PERU LNG is the company that operates the first liquefied natural gas plant in South America, positioning Peru as the leader in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry in the region. The company is committed to contributing positively and in the long term to the economic and social growth of the country, and of the surrounding communities in which it operates.
PERU LNG was created on March 24, 2003, with the purpose of developing, building, and operating a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant. The company’s infrastructure includes a processing plant and its related facilities, marine facilities for LNG carriers, and a 408 km pipeline.
The PERU LNG gas pipeline is an impressive piece of infrastructure that represents a milestone in the history of engineering in Peru. The gas pipeline runs for 408 kilometers through one of the most diverse geographies in the world, including abrupt, hard-to-reach mountain areas, multiple rivers, and coastal deserts. Its highest point is over 4 900 meters above sea level, which is the highest gas pipeline in the world.
The highest point coordinates are (S 13°18´02.1"/W 74°35´15.9") in the Peruvian Andes. This pipeline connects with the Peru LNG plant in Pampa Melchorita, which is the first natural gas liquefaction plant in South America passing over 100 kilometers of flat coastal desert and 308 kilometers of mountains and the largest infrastructure in Peru.
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