TC Energy Corp. is forecasting substantial earnings and volume growth from its Mexico natural gas pipeline network over the coming years, executives said Tuesday.

“[T]he energy fundamentals in Mexico strongly support the need for additional gas supplies to meet growing demand across the industrial heartland in central Mexico, as well as in southern Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula,” TC’s Stanley Chapman III, vice president in charge of U.S. and Mexico natural gas pipelines, said Tuesday during the Canadian firm’s investor day in Toronto.

TC’s Mexico assets are generating “predictable, growing cash flow” as demand on the system continues to rise, Chapman said. 

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