US pipeline gas exports to Mexico will remain constrained during summer as output growth north of the border is slowing.
Most of the pipeline gas sent to Mexico is sourced from fields in the US South Central Region – which includes states such as Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma – and has the country’s largest volume of storage capacity. However, consumers in the region have been using stocks to meet increased demand during the summer (June-August), and made net withdrawals in five of the first 18 weeks of the 2016 injection season.
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