Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Texas-Mexico Buildout Of Natural Gas Pipeline System -- One Word -- Wow! -- RBN Energy -- August 1, 2017

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RBN Energy: Update on Mexico's natural gas pipeline buildout.
The current phase of Mexico’s natural gas pipeline buildout, led by the country’s ComisiĆ³n Federal de Electricidad (CFE), is nearing completion. With 22 new pipelines built or under construction, the effort has dramatically reshaped Mexico’s natural gas supply portfolio.
The capacity of the pipeline network within Mexico has been tripled with the addition of 18 new pipelines, while four new pipelines on the U.S. side of the border will add almost 6 Bcf/d of export capacity by late 2018.
As part of the building spree, CFE also initiated development of two new gas headers to be built in Texas: a 6-Bcf/d header at Waha in West Texas that was recently completed by a consortium of Carso Energy, MasTec, and Energy Transfer and the 5-Bcf/d Nueces Header, now under construction by Enbridge at Agua Dulce in South Texas. Today, we discuss CFE’s Nueces Header and its role in moving more gas south.

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