Mexico to bring ‘Yucatán’ terminal online in 2018

Mexican authorities will shortly launch two tenders for a terminal that could be up and running by September 2018, easing shortages in the energy-hungry Yucatán peninsula Mexican authorities will shortly launch two tenders for a terminal that could be up and running by September 2018, easing shortages in the energy-hungry Yucatán peninsula.
By Chris Noon 1 December 2017 0 28628
The Manzanillo LNG terminal in Mexico. Mexico’s Manzanillo LNG terminal. (Samsung C&T)

Mexico is planning to bring the country’s fourth LNG terminal in the industrial port of Pajaritos online as early as Q3 2018, a senior official said on Friday. The terminal will bring relief to the Yucatán peninsula in southeastern Mexico, which grapples with gas supply constraints

Mexican authorities will launch two tenders by year-end: one for LNG supply to the terminal and the second to provide an FSRU and build about 15 km of pipeline, Guillermo Turrent-Schnaas, the chief executive of CFE International and...

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