Six pipelines are currently being built in an expansion of Mexico's fuel transport capacity.
Mexico's heavy reliance on gasoline imports from the US and a mere three days of fuel storage capacity has made the build-out of storage capacity a strategic national issue. BNamericas provides an overview of the biggest storage projects underway.
The Sempra subsidiary is looking to to expand its fuel terminal portfolio to the Pacific northwest of Mexico.
The Mexican example of limiting profit oil would help increase the appeal of the surplus volumes in the transfer of rights areas to be auctioned off in November, according to Wood Mackenzie.
BNamericas spoke to San Salvador-based consultancy ECO Ingenieros, a pioneer in the region's environmental advisory market, with a client list that includes AES, Duke Energy and Puma Energy.
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