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Higher prices, open access and more storage in the Mexican gasoline market

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05 January 2017

Higher prices, open access and more storage in the Mexican gasoline market

Report summary

The new strategy for opening of the gasoline and diesel markets in Mexico is composed of three elements: a new pricing mechanism to gradually liberalise product prices, an open season allowing new players to access PEMEX's midstream infrastructure, and a new minimum storage requirement of 15 days of total national consumption.

Table of contents

  • Increasing prices to attract new players
  • Allowing access to existing infrastructure to foster competition
  • Introducing minimum storage requirements to improve supply security
  • In summary a roadmap for the transition, but with risks ahead

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  • Timeline of regional implementation

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