Sur de Texas-Tuxpan Pipeline Key to Mexico’s Power Supply

October 2017, Vol. 244, No. 10

By Mauro Nagarin, Latin America Correspondent

According to recent estimates for 2025, Mexico’s demand for natural gas will double Pemex’s production in 2012. Current domestic market conditions suggest the production growth rate will have to increase by 2.9% per year to meet that demand. This is why the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) has approved construction of 24 natural gas pipelines at an investment of $6.78 billion in order to add capacity  8.4 Bcf/d and a total length of 2,385 km, until 2023. A 42-inch pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico will be approximately 800 km in length. It will include a…

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