April 1999

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Opportunities for investment in Mexico's energy sector were delineated by that country's Energy Minister, Luis Téllez. In an interview with the Mexican Investment Board, the minister cited "new a..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Opportunities for investment in Mexico's energy sector were delineated by that country's Energy Minister, Luis Téllez. In an interview with the Mexican Investment Board, the minister cited "new and interesting opportunities for growth and investment" in the natural gas and petrochemical sectors. The primary natural gas users will be in that country's industrial sector – which is growing faster than the Mexican economy as a whole – and the power generation sector. About 4,000 MW of federal electricity generation will be converted to use natural gas. Production of natural gas reached 4.5 billion cfd in 1997. In order to satisfy demand growth, production is expected to grow at an

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