The company will build several gas pipelines, measuring 325 kilometres in total, in the regions of Valencia, the Balearic Islands and Castilla y León. Construction will commence in 2012 and will be completed in 2014. The contracts are worth a total of 35 million euro.
Ferrovial Agroman, Ferrovial’s construction subsidiary, has been awarded several contracts for the construction of around 325 kilometres of gas pipeline in Spain for Endesa Gas. The contracts are worth 35 million euro in total.
From 2012 until 2014, Ferrovial Agroman will build gas pipelines in the regions of Valencia, Castilla y León and the Balearic Islands:
- In Valencia, Ferrovial Agroman will execute 75 kilometres of gas pipeline in Alicante province.
- In Castilla y León, the company will build more than 100 kilometres of pipeline in the provinces of Ávila, Segovia and Salamanca.
- In the Balearic Islands, Ferrovial Agroman will build 150 kilometres of pipeline in Mallorca.
Ferrovial Agroman’s most recent oil and gas projects include upgrading the CLH installations at Alicante Airport, and construction of 50% of the pipeline between Zaragoza and Torrejón de Ardoz, in Madrid.
Other noteworthy projects include the construction of two gas pipelines for Endesa, one in Zaragoza and the other in Guadalajara (a 48-kilometre pipeline between Villanueva de la Torre and Almoguera).
Ferrovial Agroman has also built the Yela underground storage facility, for Enagás, and the foundations, accesses and platform of an LNG plant in Orense, for Cepsa.