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Mexico’s Pipeline Gridlock [NGW Magazine]

In Mexico’s northwest Sonora state, a segment of Sempra Energy’s Guaymas - El Oro pipeline was ripped out of the ground in 2017 by members of the indigenous Yaqui tribe. Using an excavator, members of a local Yaqui community, known as Loma de Bacum, extracted the segment, cutting the flow of gas between Arizona and the Mexican port of Mazatlan on the Pacific Coast.