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Mexico Energy Investments and NGVs

Jumping Jack Flash…On March 28, Spanish natural gas marketer Gas Natural Fenosa (GNF) said it will invest 1.2 billion pesos (US$60 million) in Mexico, during 2017. GNF will target the states of Sonora and Sinaloa in the northwest and the state of Mexico in the center, building out its natural gas distribution networks. A company spokesperson said GNF expects to add 200,000 customers this year, to complement the 1.7 million it already has signed up in the country. (source: El Economista)

April 4, 2017
Mexico’s CENAGAS First Open Season Is Mixed Bag

Mexico’s CENAGAS First Open Season Is Mixed Bag

On March 27, four days after Cenagas announced the results of its first open season for one-year contracts on Mexico’s National Integrated Natural Gas Transportation System (Sistrangas), it called for a second round of bidding to make adjustments for three oversubscribed routes.

April 4, 2017

The Mexico Energy Week in Retrospect (March 2-10)

Revving up. On March 2, the Energy Secretariat (SENER) published its revamped strategy to drive the country’s oil and gas bidding rounds. The principal changes are to establish standard block sizes, to open all blocks simultaneously for nomination by private parties, and to hold two bidding rounds per year. The three-step nomination scale — high, middle, low — will help SENER gauge private-sector interest across the country’s reserves and to rank the latter both domestically and internationally. While nominations are open to anyone as of the announcement, there will be a three-month period prior to the launch of a bidding round for SENER to evaluate which blocks to include. It looks as if SENER is in a hurry to maximize the country’s oil rent. (Source: SENER)

March 14, 2017

Mexico’s First NatGas Pipeline Capacity Open Season Nearer to Completion

Cenagas’ first transportation capacity open season for Mexico’s National Integrated Pipeline System (Sistrangas) reached another milestone Friday when the request submission period ended.

March 13, 2017
U.S. Gas Exports to Mexico Climbed Last Year as Pemex Drilling Declined

U.S. Gas Exports to Mexico Climbed Last Year as Pemex Drilling Declined

Mexico’s Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) reported a smaller financial loss for 2016 than 2015. Natural gas production also declined while imports from the United States climbed.

March 2, 2017

Mexico’s Cenagas Announces Importation Pipeline Auction Winners

Mexico’s first auction to reserve natural gas importation capacity produced its winners on Friday.

February 21, 2017
Mexico Holding Import Pipeline Capacity Auction This Week

Mexico Holding Import Pipeline Capacity Auction This Week

The last piece in Mexico’s inaugural natural gas market opening process fell into place this week as pipeline network system operator Centro Nacional de Control de Gas Natural (Cenagas) on Monday published terms for its first importation infrastructure capacity auction, to be held on Friday (Feb. 17).

February 15, 2017

Pemex NatGas Contract Release Program Begins

Mexico’s Comision Reguladora de Energia (CRE) on Feb. 2 launched the first phase of the program to have state oil company Pemex release 70% of its natural gas supply contracts.

February 9, 2017
NatGas Not the Only Chapter in Mexico Energy Reform Story

NatGas Not the Only Chapter in Mexico Energy Reform Story

Natural gas imported from the United States fills most of the chapters in Mexico’s power generation story, but a good part of that book is also devoted to renewable energy.

January 30, 2017

Mexico Liquids/Products Transport Holds Opportunities For Rail

Mexico is fast becoming a large importer of refined fuels from north of the border. So much so that rail and port energy infrastructure is woefully behind the times.

January 30, 2017
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