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CFE vs contractor arbitrations to delay midstream operations

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28 June 2019

CFE vs contractor arbitrations to delay midstream operations

Report summary

Mexico’s National Power Utility – Comisión Federal de Electricidad – has initiated international arbitration proceedings against Sur de Texas-Tuxpan pipeline on 24 June and Samalayuca-Sásabe on 27 June, seeking to nullify clauses related to force majeure events and obtain the reimbursement for payments that were initially recognized and are now considered invalid. In this Inform we explore the possible short-term implications for Mexican exports.

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    • Background
    • Near-term market implications
    • Considerations for foreign investors

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  • Mexican piped imports potential adjustment
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