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Mexico NatGas Market Growth Comes With Familiar Names, New Uncertainties

Mexico NatGas Market Growth Comes With Familiar Names, New Uncertainties

On the journey to reform Mexico’s natural gas markets, participants can’t always see where they’re going. While optimism for robust transparency and trading prevails, there are devils in the details, said speakers at a recent industry conference in Monterrey, the capital of Nuevo Leon, MX.

January 27, 2017

Mexico Opens to New Suppliers; Pemex Takes a Step Back

Mexican energy regulatory authorities have launched the program for state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) to surrender natural gas supply contracts amounting to 70% of its total sales volume. The program, begun late last week, will help private-sector companies gain market share and begin competing with Pemex.

January 26, 2017
In Mexico, Energy Reform Is Local, Too

In Mexico, Energy Reform Is Local, Too

Mexico’s energy reforms are a nationwide affair, but much of the action — and potential conflict — will happen at the state and municipal level, where the drill bits and pipelines meet the ground, speakers said Wednesday at a conference in Monterrey, the capital of northeastern state Nuevo León.

January 20, 2017
Inside Cenagas Part 3: Integrating, Operating and Securing Mexico’s Natural Gas Grid

Inside Cenagas Part 3: Integrating, Operating and Securing Mexico’s Natural Gas Grid

Two years since the formation of Cenagas, Mexico’s natural gas pipeline system operator, Cenagas Director General David Madero sat down with political scientist and NGI correspondent Dwight Dyer to talk about what’s ahead for infrastructure as the country’s natural gas market evolution unfolds.

September 27, 2016
Inside Cenagas: Mexico Infrastructure Meeting Demand, Opening New Markets

Inside Cenagas: Mexico Infrastructure Meeting Demand, Opening New Markets

Two years since the formation of Cenagas, Mexico’s natural gas pipeline system operator, Cenagas Director General David Madero sat down with political scientist and NGI correspondent Dwight Dyer to talk about what’s ahead for infrastructure as the country’s natural gas market evolution unfolds.

September 21, 2016
Inside Cenagas: The Creation of Mexico’s Natural Gas Network

Inside Cenagas: The Creation of Mexico’s Natural Gas Network

Two years since the formation of Cenagas, Mexico’s natural gas pipeline system operator, Cenagas Director General David Madero sat down with political scientist and NGI correspondent Dwight Dyer to talk about what’s ahead for infrastructure as the country’s natural gas market evolution unfolds.

September 20, 2016
Mexico Energy Secretariat Drops Some NatGas Pipelines, Revises Others in Infrastructure Update

Mexico Energy Secretariat Drops Some NatGas Pipelines, Revises Others in Infrastructure Update

The Mexican government’s energy secretariat on Monday published the first revision of the country’s five-year natural gas transportation and storage system plan, changing some projects and dropping others, while firmly establishing CENAGAS as the national gas pipeline network’s independent system operator.

July 27, 2016
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