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Mexico gas markets long-term outlook H1 2014

Mexico gas markets long-term outlook H1 2014

Report summary

The price spread between North American gas prices and oil prices has driven two major shifts in Mexico's energy sector. First, with cheap piped gas available from the United States, capital-constrained PEMEX has reallocated capital toward oil projects. Second, Mexico's government passed the Strategy for Structural Change in the Natural Gas Market policy in 2011, designed to attract private investment in the Mexican gas grid, and facilitate low-cost US gas reaching more markets within Mexico.

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Volatility in oil markets and the growth of unconventional gas supply have created a high degree of uncertainty about future gas demand and the direction of gas prices.

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  • Executive summary
    • Energy Reform
      • Secondary legislation highlights
      • New power sector structure
      • Challenges and impact on Mexican gas production
  • Demand
    • Power
    • Industrial
    • Residential and commercial
  • Supply
    • Production
    • Piped imports
      • Potential for piped exports
    • LNG imports
      • Potential for LNG exports
  • Infrastructure
    • LNG infrastructure
    • Pipeline network and infrastructure overview
      • Mexico's existing import/export pipelines
    • New pipeline projects
      • Los Ramones Pipeline
      • Chihuahua and Northwest Pipelines
      • Pipelines that will allow more flexibility
    • Gas storage

In this report there are 17 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Demand
    • Mexico demand growth
    • Mexico power generation by fuel technology
    • New and converted gas-fired power plants
    • Demand: Image 3
    • Demand: Image 4
    • Residential and commercial demand
  • Supply
    • Mexico supply sources
    • Mexico’s gas processing facilities
    • Growth of piped imports relative to 2013
    • LNG import demand
  • Infrastructure
    • LNG import terminals (operational)
    • Infrastructure: Image 1
    • Infrastructure: Image 2
    • Infrastructure: Table 2
    • New gas infrastructure projects
    • Expanding border capacity
    • Regional corridor pipeline flows into Mexico
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