Firm shipments of gas from Argentina to Chile begin in the midst of hydroelectric tightening

National Electric Coordinator, the body that oversees the system, pointed out that, "the company Colbún has informed that it nominated GNA (Argentine Natural Gas), for an amount of 2 MMm3 between October and December 2021, and 1.7 MMm3 between January and April 2022"

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This Friday, firm shipments from Argentina to Chile will begin. Although exchanges have been carried out in the last weeks, now the fuel authorized by the trans-Andean government will enter the country and cannot be interrupted.

The milestone is framed in the signing in April 2018 of an Additional Protocol to the Economic Complementation Agreement Nº16 that seeks to promote the free trade of natural Gas and electric energy between the nations.

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Thus, in October of that year . . .

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