German pipe maker EUROPIPE has received an order from TC Energy to supply the Southeast Gateway Pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico in August end. In partnership with the Mexican state-owned power utility Commission Federal de Electricidad, TCE is building a new offshore gas pipeline to secure the power supply in southeastern Mexico. Around half of the very demanding 36 inch (DN 914 mm) thick-wall pipeline pipes will be supplied by EUROPIPE Mülheim. The order includes the supply of 265,000 tonnes of pipe or 365 kilometers including anti-corrosion coating.The raw material for the pipe production is provided by EUROPIPE's shareholders, the Salzgitter Group and AG der Dillinger Hüttenwerke. EUROPIPE subsidiary MÜLHEIM PIPECOATINGS GmbH is responsible for the external coating and internal lining of the pipes.The 715 kilometer deepwater pipeline is a USD 4.5 billion investment to supply energy to millions of Mexicans. The Southeast Gateway Pipeline, which is scheduled to come on stream in mid-2025, will run from Tuxpan in state of Veracruz through the Gulf of Mexico to Coatzacoalcos in state of Veracruz and Dos Bocas in state of Tabasco and will transport around 37 million cubic meters of natural gas per day.Founded in 1991, EUROPIPE based in Mülheim is the world market leader in welded large-diameter steel pipe production. The EUROPIPE Group with locations in Germany and the USA employs a workforce of some 1,000 worldwide. Its production capacity amounts to over 1 million tonnes or 3,000 kilometers of large-diameter pipe per year. Salzgitter Mannesmann and Dillinger Hüttenwerke each hold 50 % of the shares of EUROPIPE.