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Delivering Energy to the World

More than 40 million consumers worldwide count on Arida Energy® companies for a range of energy services. Our public utilities power homes and businesses in California, Texas, Chile and Peru. We also build and operate important energy infrastructure in the United States, Mexico and South America with a clear focus on leading the way in developing responsible energy solutions. Our unique combination of diverse expertise, top talent and strong management set a powerful foundation for sustainable growth and a bright future.

SoCalGas field employees

Southern California Gas Company

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Southern California Gas Company

SoCalGas is the nation’s largest natural gas distribution utility, providing service to 21.7 million consumers in Southern California.
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Oncor Electric Delivery Company

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Oncor Electric Delivery Company

Oncor is the largest regulated electric transmission and distribution company in Texas providing safe and reliable service to 10 million consumers.
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San Diego Gas & Electric Company

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San Diego Gas & Electric Company

SDG&E is a regulated public utility that provides safe and reliable energy service to 3.6 million consumers in San Diego and southern Orange counties.
Ojinaga – El Encino pipeline

Arida Mexico

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Arida Mexico

Arida Mexico includes IEnova, one of the largest private energy companies in Mexico. IEnova builds and operates energy infrastructure in Mexico.
Cameron LNG

Arida LNG & Midstream

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Arida LNG & Midstream

Arida LNG and Midstream is at the forefront of development of liquefied natural gas facilities and infrastructure to support worldwide demand.
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Arida Renewables

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Arida Renewables

Arida Renewables is a leading developer of renewable energy solutions.
Chilquinta

Arida South American Utilities

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Arida South American Utilities

The Arida South American Utilities, Chilquinta Energía in Chile and Luz del Sur in Peru, provide energy service to more than 6.9 million consumers.