Mexico’s Centro Nacional de Control del Gas Natural (Cenagas) is calling on interested natural gas shippers to reserve firm transport capacity at several points in the country.

Cenagas operates the Sistrangas pipeline network, which spans more than 6,300 miles throughout Mexico.

Through an open season lasting until Jan. 23, Cenagas is making available 584,801.71 GJ, or 564.04 MMcf/d, of uninterruptible capacity.

The state-run operator expects transport service for successful bidders to begin no later than March 1 of next year.

The announcement marks the second open season held by Cenagas under the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, aka AMLO. A smaller process for 22.1 MMcf/d took place earlier this year.

In the latest open season, shippers can...