Besides, this department of the federal government will have to provide specialized assistance to develop projects for the installation of natural gas distribution networks in the south, in order to help interconnect each region with the natural gas pipeline and offer technical support for the vehicle conversion to CNG.
Simultaneously, each government will have to identify the energy needs of its own region, suggest priorities, improve transport and communications infrastructure to speed up the supply of natural gas, promote household connections and use funds in programs aimed at the widespread use of natural gas in the region.
“It’s time to bring natural gas to the High-Andean region. By making these steps, we can get faster to the poor,” said the head of the MEM, and confirmed that the southern Andean natural gas pipeline project is still in progress together with the petrochemical complex one.”
Three days ago, when signing the agreement with Maciste Díaz Abad, who is the president of the Regional Government of Huancavelica, Minister Merino Tafur informed that the area’s first CNG refueling station must be owned by Petroperú. “The natural gas will be taken from Lote 88, which is the Camisea’s regained fuel.
Source: Ministry of Energy and Mining of Peru.