Report: Identifying opportunities in Mexico’s midstream sector as it pursues post-pandemic expansion

09 Jun 2021

Harry van Schaick, Regional Editor

Harry van Schaick
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In early 2020 the global economy faced a historic oil price drop in conjunction with global restrictions that curtailed transport and economic activity – both of which depressed demand for hydrocarbons at the national and global level. The industry has since bounced back, driven by ongoing recovery in top energy-consuming industries. This has led to a growing need for midstream infrastructure in Mexico, which faces sizeable shortages in transport and storage capacity to support growing natural gas imports from the US, as well as rapidly expanding electricity demand from individual and industrial users. As cross-border natural gas trade increases, private and public investment in pipeline capacity will be essential. Similarly, as the operating environment for the oil and gas sector becomes more complex, automation and digital transformation will contribute to more efficient, cost-effective and safer activity.

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The Americas Mexico Energy

Harry van Schaick, Regional Editor

Harry van Schaick
Regional Editor
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