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Mexico’s NatGas-Heavy Round 2.2 Auction ‘Aggressive,’ with Seven of 10 Blocks Snapped Up

Seven of 10 exploration blocks found bidders Wednesday in what was the first upstream auction featuring natural gas since Mexico’s 2014 energy reform.

July 12, 2017
Mexico’s Open Capacity Natural Gas Market Off to Smooth Start, Cenagas Says

Mexico’s Open Capacity Natural Gas Market Off to Smooth Start, Cenagas Says

The first days of operations under Mexico’s new natural gascapacity reservation system have gone relatively smoothly, according to pipeline system operator Centro Nacional de Control del Gas Natural (Cenagas).

July 11, 2017
Mexico’s Open Capacity Natural Gas Market Off to Smooth Start, Cenagas Says

Mexico’s Open Capacity Natural Gas Market Off to Smooth Start, Cenagas Says

The first days of operations under Mexico’s new natural gascapacity reservation system have gone relatively smoothly, according to pipeline system operator Centro Nacional de Control del Gas Natural (Cenagas).

July 11, 2017

EIA Henry Hub NatGas Price Forecast Slips Again: $3.10 This Year, $3.40 in 2018

For a second consecutive month, the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) has lowered its natural gas price forecast, saying it expects Henry Hub spot prices to average $3.10/MMBtu this year and $3.40/MMBtu next year.

July 11, 2017
Fueling Mexico’s Tourist Boom; Natural Gas or Not?

Fueling Mexico’s Tourist Boom; Natural Gas or Not?

The Mexico unit of France-based Engie plans what amounts to a natural-gas offensive to attack the liquid petroleum gas (LPG) stronghold of Cancun, by far the nation’s largest tourist destination and a principal pole of the nation’s economic development.

July 7, 2017

Trump Says Energy Plan Moving U.S. Toward Era of ‘Dominance,’

The U.S. energy industry has “gone through eight years of hell,” but is on the verge of a new era, according to President Trump, who on Thursday announced six initiatives to kick start that change.

June 30, 2017
Natural Gas in Spotlight as Mexico Prepares for Two Lease Sales in July

Natural Gas in Spotlight as Mexico Prepares for Two Lease Sales in July

Mexico’s initial upstream auctions, including round 2.1 held in mid-June, earned billions for the country in the first upstream auctions, but to date, natural gas has played only a minor role. That may change with two auctions scheduled in July, with gas potentially breaking out as a star performer.

June 27, 2017
As Waha Basis Grows, Existing Takeaway Not Fully Tapped, Says RBN

As Waha Basis Grows, Existing Takeaway Not Fully Tapped, Says RBN

Natural gas takeaway from the Permian Basin’s Waha Hub still has room to grow on existing pipelines, with “considerable upside” on potential exports across the border to Mexico, according to an analysis by RBN Energy LLC.

June 27, 2017
Mexico’s CRE Tweaks Price Reporting System as Natural Gas Market Launch Nears

Mexico’s CRE Tweaks Price Reporting System as Natural Gas Market Launch Nears

Mexico’s energy regulator, the Comision Reguladora de Energia (CRE), is working with natural gas marketers to fine-tune its daily price reporting system as the launch date fast approaches for the nation’s first fully competitive market.

June 23, 2017

Mexico 2.1 Shallow Water Lease Sale Unloads 10 of 15 Blocks

Ten of the 15 shallow-water blocks on offer in the first auction of round two of Mexico’s 2013-2014 energy reform were snapped up Tuesday in what at times was fierce bidding.

June 20, 2017