Mexico’s Cenagas, operator of the national pipeline system known as the Sistrangas, has announced winners in the biggest open season under the administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

The state-run operator offered capacity to 19 end-users, distributors and shippers on the pipeline system, with almost all bidders receiving their requested amounts of uninterruptible capacity.

This was the second open season held by Cenagas under the government of President López Obrador, and the third overall since the creation of Cenagas in 2014. A smaller process for 22.1 MMcf/d took place last year.

The biggest winner of pipeline capacity was at the border interconnection between the 48-inch diameter Ramones pipeline in Mexico and the NET Mexico pipeline in Texas. Cenagas was...