Mexico’s largest natural gas transport network, the Sistrangas, is set to overhaul its pipeline tariff regime later this year, according to energy regulators.
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Energy regulators expect by next month to finish preparations for the second phase of Mexico’s natural gas release program, which requires the state-run former monopoly Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) to relinquish a majority of its marketing contracts by the end of 2019.
The Mexican energy regulator on Tuesday afternoon published, for the first time, monthly natural gas prices for six trading regions in the country.
As Mexico’s natural gas imports from the United States grow, pent-up demand remains in parts of the country that lack the necessary pipelines, according to Marcelino Madrigal a commissioner at Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE).