In October, Mexico’s gas market will begin its second full quarter of operation since the launch of market liberalization under the new capacity reservation contract model on 1 July.
James Fowler, editor of the ICIS Mexico Energy Report, will recap learnings from the first three months of market operation in this webinar, and look into emerging pricing environment in the country, focusing in particular on the factors which could lead to regional price indices developing as demand increases.
James Fowler is the editor of the ICIS Mexico Energy Report, the first English language reports to focus exclusively on Mexico’s natural gas and power markets. The report covers the latest news on projects, participants and market design, as well as analysis on market activity, pricing and the opportunities evolving across the Mexican energy landscape.
Since joining ICIS in 2012, James Fowler has led the company’s coverage of Latin American energy markets. He has over six year of experience covering Latin American energy matters for a range of different publications, including Business News Americas and the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The ICIS Mexico Energy Report (MER) is the first English-language product focusing exclusively on Mexico’s energy market.
Features of the report include: