U.S., CANADIAN PIPELINES, PRODUCERS LINING UP TO MEET MEXICAN GAS DEMAND GROWTH

A.D. Koen Gulf Coast News Editor Prospects for continued strong growth in Mexican demand for natural gas imports have U.S. and Canadian producers and pipelines queuing up to serve expected demand. In 1991, more than 25 U.S. companies exported a combined 61.7 bcf of gas into Mexico, an increase of more than 390% from 1990's total of 15.7 bcf. According to the Department of Energy Office of Fuels Programs (OFP), about 27.5 bcf of gas left the U.S. for Mexico in fourth quarter 1991 alone, an

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