Sistrangas

Natural Gas Buyers Get Pricing Relief with Sistrangas Contract Deadline Looming – Mexico Spotlight

Natural Gas Buyers Get Pricing Relief with Sistrangas Contract Deadline Looming – Mexico Spotlight

Prices of North American natural gas continued to soften this week with U.S. storage levels set to build healthily for the upcoming winter. After recently barreling toward $10/MMBtu, the 2 Bcf/d available to the North American market following the Freeport liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal shutdown in Texas, is loosening supply and bringing down prices.…

June 23, 2022
COLUMN: Forcing Sistrangas Users to Source Gas From State Would Threaten Mexico Gas Market

COLUMN: Forcing Sistrangas Users to Source Gas From State Would Threaten Mexico Gas Market

The spring of 2017 promised a change in the natural gas industry in Mexico. An open season to allocate capacity on the Sistrangas national pipeline system, together with an auction of capacity in the main gas entry pipeline into the country, paved the way for private traders to offer supply proposals to Mexican consumers. At the time, Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) was barely able to meet half of national demand through its production. Energy regulator Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE) and Energy Ministry Sener knew that depending on Pemex as the only intermediary capable of importing gas was not the best practice to benefit users.

June 17, 2022
COLUMN: Time to Reassess Capacity Allocations on Mexico’s Pipeline System

COLUMN: Time to Reassess Capacity Allocations on Mexico’s Pipeline System

Editor’s Note: NGI’s Mexico Gas Price Index, a leader tracking Mexico natural gas market reform, is offering the following column by Eduardo Prud’homme as part of a regular series on understanding this process. At the end of June, numerous capacity contracts for the transport of natural gas on a firm basis on the national Sistrangas…

June 4, 2021
Mexico Pipeline Capacity, Storage Constraints, on U.S. Natural Gas Storage Firm’s Checklist

Mexico Pipeline Capacity, Storage Constraints, on U.S. Natural Gas Storage Firm’s Checklist

Mirage Energy Corp. is working to address two of the main impediments to a competitive natural gas market in Mexico: a lack of access to cross-border pipeline capacity for private sector shippers, and a lack of natural gas storage capacity generally.

November 28, 2018
Southern Mexico Compressor to be Reconfigured Under $38M Cenagas Awarded Contract

Southern Mexico Compressor to be Reconfigured Under $38M Cenagas Awarded Contract

The operator of Sistrangas, Mexico’s main gas transmission network, has tendered a $38 million contract for a compressor station project intended to help shore up the supply of natural gas in southern Mexico.

September 4, 2018
Veracruz Selected for Mexico’s First Underground Natural Gas Storage Facility

Veracruz Selected for Mexico’s First Underground Natural Gas Storage Facility

Mexico said it plans to tender its first strategic storage project at a depleted natural gas reservoir in Veracruz state.

August 30, 2018
Mexico’s Sistrangas Network Receives New Tariff Regime Approval

Mexico’s Sistrangas Network Receives New Tariff Regime Approval

Mexico’s largest natural gas transport network, the Sistrangas, is set to overhaul its pipeline tariff regime later this year, according to energy regulators.

August 7, 2018
CRE Approves New Tariff Regime for Mexico’s Sistrangas Network

CRE Approves New Tariff Regime for Mexico’s Sistrangas Network

Mexico’s largest natural gas transport network, the Sistrangas, is set to overhaul its pipeline tariff regime later this year, according to energy regulators.

August 3, 2018

Mexico Targets Yucatan With $85M in Natural Gas Infrastructure Investments

Mexico aims to invest about $85 million in two infrastructure projects intended to shore up natural gas supply on the southeast Yucatan Peninsula, which suffers from persistent gas shortages and blackouts.

June 12, 2018
Pajaritos FSRU Project in Southern Mexico Loses CFEnergia as Anchor Client

Pajaritos FSRU Project in Southern Mexico Loses CFEnergia as Anchor Client

The fuel marketing affiliate of state power utility Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) will no longer participate in a tender for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in southern Mexico, a company official told NGI’s Mexico GPI.

May 21, 2018
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