Pipeline delays hinder Mexico's gas imports, shift power generation

Total US exports to Mexico rose to 4.3 Bcf/d in August, which was a mere 6% build compared to last year and well below market expectations earlier this year - despite being an all-time high. Pipeline construction delays have hampered Mexico's pipeline imports, and that's having an effect on LNG imports and electric power prices, as Ross Wyeno explains.

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