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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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Last week, Javier wrote about the problem of increasing the attractiveness of natural gas, so that Mexico can capitalize on its vast unconventional resources. To summarize, the biggest challenge in the way of increasing natural gas production in Mexico is that the current price of gas in the US, to which Mexican gas is indexed, […]

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