LNG and Mexico exports are expected to underpin U.S. natural gas demand growth over the coming years, with the Agua Dulce hub in South Texas playing a critical supply role.

In turn, both markets are building out infrastructure to ensure access to molecules and capacity in an increasingly competitive and globalized gas market.

“Feed gas demand is, and will continue to be, a key component for the Agua Dulce hub,” Wood Mackenzie natural gas analyst Ricardo Falcón told NGI. “But natural gas outlets in the South Texas border with Mexico have become an increasingly competing element.”

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