Mexico's Natural Gas Pipeline Update 

keynote speaker, David Madero, Director General of CENAGAS

Mexico's growing network of natural gas pipelines is aiming to generate a profit under new management by 2021 after years of ownership by state-owned oil company Pemex.  Reduction of maintenance costs is the focus.

 

The natural gas pipeline administrator CENAGAS is now responsible for roughly 5,600 miles (9,000 km) of natural gas pipelines following a 2013 energy reform that ended Pemex's monopoly.

 

CENAGAS, which will manage new pipelines as well, eventually expects to manage a pipeline network that totals about 12,400 miles (20,000 km) by 2019.

David Madero, Director General of CENAGAS is a keynote speaker of the 2nd Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum in Monterrey on January 18-19, 2017.

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