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Mexico’s CENAGAS First Open Season Is Mixed Bag

Mexico’s CENAGAS First Open Season Is Mixed Bag

On March 27, four days after Cenagas announced the results of its first open season for one-year contracts on Mexico’s National Integrated Natural Gas Transportation System (Sistrangas), it called for a second round of bidding to make adjustments for three oversubscribed routes.

April 4, 2017
Impulsora Delays Texas-Mexico Border Crossing Completion Seven Months

Impulsora Delays Texas-Mexico Border Crossing Completion Seven Months

Impulsora Pipeline LLC on Wednesday asked FERC for more time to complete the border crossing facilities for its pipeline from Webb County, TX, in Eagle Ford Shale country to the Texas-Mexico border.

March 30, 2017
Texas-to-Mexico Trans-Pecos Pipeline Nearing In-Service

Texas-to-Mexico Trans-Pecos Pipeline Nearing In-Service

Trans-Pecos Pipeline LLC on Wednesday asked FERC for permission to place into service the natural gas pipeline project’s Presidio Crossing. The Trans-Pecos system is slated to come online March 31, according to a company spokeswoman.

March 22, 2017

The Mexico Energy Week in Retrospect (March 2-10)

Revving up. On March 2, the Energy Secretariat (SENER) published its revamped strategy to drive the country’s oil and gas bidding rounds. The principal changes are to establish standard block sizes, to open all blocks simultaneously for nomination by private parties, and to hold two bidding rounds per year. The three-step nomination scale — high, middle, low — will help SENER gauge private-sector interest across the country’s reserves and to rank the latter both domestically and internationally. While nominations are open to anyone as of the announcement, there will be a three-month period prior to the launch of a bidding round for SENER to evaluate which blocks to include. It looks as if SENER is in a hurry to maximize the country’s oil rent. (Source: SENER)

March 14, 2017

Mexico’s First NatGas Pipeline Capacity Open Season Nearer to Completion

Cenagas’ first transportation capacity open season for Mexico’s National Integrated Pipeline System (Sistrangas) reached another milestone Friday when the request submission period ended.

March 13, 2017

Trump Proposals Won’t Hurt Sempra’s Mexico Operations, Says CEO

With one of the energy sector’s larger stakes in Mexico, Sempra Energy is watching closely moves in the White House with the new president’s focus south of the border, but so far its CEO thinks the San Diego-based utility holding company will continue to do just fine down there.

March 3, 2017
U.S. Gas Exports to Mexico Climbed Last Year as Pemex Drilling Declined

U.S. Gas Exports to Mexico Climbed Last Year as Pemex Drilling Declined

Mexico’s Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) reported a smaller financial loss for 2016 than 2015. Natural gas production also declined while imports from the United States climbed.

March 2, 2017
Kinder Pipes Offering Texas Capacity to Serve Mexico

Kinder Pipes Offering Texas Capacity to Serve Mexico

Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) is holding a nonbinding open season through March 10 for firm natural gas transportation service on its Kinder Morgan Border Pipeline LLC (KM Border) and Kinder Morgan Tejas Pipeline LLC (KM Tejas) to serve the growing demand for natural gas supplies in Mexico.

March 1, 2017

Mexico’s Cenagas Announces Importation Pipeline Auction Winners

Mexico’s first auction to reserve natural gas importation capacity produced its winners on Friday.

February 21, 2017

Exports From Sabine Pass Climbed Late Last Year; More Cargos to Mexico

The volume of inlet gas received at the Sabine Pass LNG Terminal was up substantially during November and December, as was the number of export cargos. Meanwhile, during November the terminal saw four cargos depart for Mexico, twice as many as during the preceding nine months.

February 15, 2017