Watching Government - Hemispheric energy

Mexican Sec. of Energy Felipe Calderon made a strong pitch last month for industry to build import terminals in his country as a way to secure LNG supplies into thirsty North American natural gas markets.Promoting LNG makes sense for Mexico because it will encourage trade and give the country's two largest companies, both state-operated, more flexibility, he suggested.Public utility Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) will have more fuel choices for customers, and Petróleos Mexicanos can diversify its import sources, Calderon told an LNG ministerial summit Dec. 17 in Washington, DC.Encouraging LNG terminal construction is one piece of a four-part strategy to guarantee gas...

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