CRE to issue more midstream, downstream open access requirements

After several months of intensive campaigning, Mexico’s presidential election will be decided on 1 July, a day which will also represent the first anniversary of the launch of the country’s new natural gas market.

In spite of the uncertainty surrounding the elections, regulators continue to push through legislation designed to improve accessibility to the natural gas market for both traders and consumers.

In this piece, ICIS explains the latest steps taken by Mexican authorities to reinforce the progress made so far in opening the midstream sector by encouraging wider participation in the market.

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