August 2014, Vol. 241, No. 8

Features

Pipeline Fever In Mexico

Both Pemex and CFE are promoting new pipeline projects at a fast pace in advance of the most significant energy reform in Mexico in a half-century. The projects are to follow the old rules of government procurement: these state-owned enterprises (SEO) offer the credit rating of the Mexican government to serve as a bankable, long-term service agreement. The criterion for awards is the lowest price for energy. The contractor lays the pipeline at his expense and is also responsible for obtaining rights-of-way. Pemex is promoting transisthmian pipelines that would help it develop Asian markets. CFE has already awarded pipeline routes along the western mainland and is promoting five

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