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Mexico has always been more of an oil producer than a natural gas producer, yet, up until 2000, it was able to remain self-sufficient in terms of natural gas. In that year, demand started surpassing production and PEMEX, the only hydrocarbon producer at the time, did not prioritize substantial investment in natural gas production. As […]

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The combination of low gas prices and a growing economy has boosted natural gas demand in Mexico, but in spite of the state’s best efforts to quench the nation’s ever growing thirst for energy through a mixture of LNG and natural gas imports, there is an urgent need for development and extension of pipeline networks. […]

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Shale resources have long been a potential alternative for the Mexican energy sector. The size of alleged potential reserves, the low price that governs the gas market and the environmental advantages that they have over other  fossil fuels keep pressing Pemex to take a further look into the possibility of satisfying the nation’s demand struggles […]

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