Yucatan considers US LNG imports

Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula could import LNG from the United States using an FSRU, an official from a subsidiary of state-run utility CFE has said.
By Staff reporter 15 November 2017 0 28401

Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, which suffers from gas supply constraints, could import LNG from the United States using an FSRU, an official from a subsidiary of state-run utility CFE has said.

"All of CFE’s demand in the Yucatan peninsula, which is today roughly [8.5 million cubic metres per day], is unattended," CFEnergia Director General Guillermo Turrent said at the Platts Mexico Energy Conference earlier this week.

"There’s a bunch of liquefaction [capacity] now in the Gulf of Mexico [and] there are floating regas terminals," Turrent said. "What’s going...

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