US delays could slow Mexican exports

Low gas inventories in the United States and delays in building new cross-border pipelines could slow exports to Mexico this year.
By Staff reporter 14 February 2018 0 29588

Relatively low gas inventories in the United States and delays in building new cross-border pipeline capacity could slow exports to Mexico this year, according to Abhishek Kumar, senior energy and modelling analyst at Interfax Global Gas Analytics.

“Storage operators in the US will find it difficult to fully replenish the country’s gas inventories during the 2018 gas injection season, which has the potential to adversely impact gas and LNG exports from the US during periods of peak demand,” Kumar was quoted as saying by Reuters.

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