August 2021, Vol. 248, No. 8

Spotlight on Mexico

NG Imports Grow, Pipeline Construction Slows

By Mauro Nogarin, Contributing Editor   According to the new quarterly report published by the Central Bank of Mexico, economic growth for 2021 will be between 5% and 7%, which compares favorably with the January edition, indicating between 2.8% and 6% growth.   Construction of the Villa de Reyes-Aguascalientes -Guadalajara gas pipeline. (Photo: Sicim) In other words, the country’s economy remains stable and seeks to compensate for the negative effects left by the pandemic.   However, the hydrocarbon industry continues to face a series of difficulties such as oil production. This is reflected in the latest report from the National Hydrocarbons C

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