Mexico’s upstream oil and natural gas regulator Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH) and natural gas pipeline operator Centro Nacional de Control del Gas Natural (Cenagas) have agreed to strengthen ties, namely through increased sharing of information and data.


Cenagas operates the Sistrangas natural gas pipeline network, which spans some 6,200 miles throughout 20 states in Mexico. Sistrangas pipes transport both domestically produced and imported gas to end-users throughout the country.

CNH approves and administers all exploration and production (E&P) contracts in Mexico, and oversees a vast trove of subsoil data on all of the country’s oil and gas producing regions.

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