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 4900 meters above sea level, which earned it a place in the Guinness Book of Records as the highest gas pipeline in the world.
The starting point is located approximately at kilometer 211 of the Transportadora del Gas del Peru S.A. (TGP) gas pipeline, in the community of Chiquintirca, Ayacucho Region, on the southern Peruvian Andes. It ends at the PERU LNG natural gas liquefaction plant of PERU LNG, located on the Peruvian coast.
The Pipeline Integrity Management System is a process that seeks to provide a safe and reliable natural gas transportation service, controlling the risks of the operations for the personnel, the communities and the environment.
The Sustainability Policy of PERU LNG includes the following commitments:
In PERU LNG, we are focused on maintaining the integrity of the equipment and components that make up the pipeline, to achieve a safe operation from the point of view from the communities, the environment and the personnel. And, that in turn, perfects the transport availability of the pipeline and production of the plant to guarantee an efficient operation.
These activities are conducted in order to detect anomalies in the system that could, under certain conditions, pose a threat to the integrity of the pipeline. One of the many inspection activities that we perform in our system is using internal tools for the inspections.
This is a set of activities that is used to raise awareness about the importance of the pipeline to ensure a safe operation, and the restrictions that exist for the development of human activities in areas near the Right of Way.
This category includes a group of activities for the continuous verification of the Integrity Management System and the training of personnel on issues related to the safety of the pipeline.
Jr. Miguel Grau 329, San Vicente de Cañete. Ica, Peru.
Phone number: +51 (01) 581-1031
Av. Pedro Moreno 114, Chincha Alta. Ica, Peru.
Phone number: +51 (056) 263-676
Av. Las Mercedes 198, Urb. Jardín. Ayacucho, Peru.
Phone number: +51 (01) 707-2125
+51 (0800) 70-650 / +51 (01) 707-2125
This is a training and awareness program that allows the population to interpret the signage in the Pipeline Right of Way, as well as how to act in emergency situations.
The Damage Prevention Program of PERU LNG has the following objectives:
Pipeline leaks are uncommon, but you can identify them if you notice:
Or, if you hear: