Mexico’s growing reliance on U.S. natural gas

Mexico is among the largest natural gas importers in the world. But within this group it stands apart for meeting most of its natural gas demand (69 percent in 2022 through a single source: piped gas from the United States. Does it risk becoming over reliant? Mexico’s reliance on US gas has grown steadily over the past decade. Today, some 6–7 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of gas (62–72 billion cubic meters per year) flows across the border. As Mexico attempts to boost its economy and shore up its power sector, as well as build out its LNG export […]

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