January 2020, Vol. 247, No. 1


US Development Agency to Finance Mexico Natural Gas Pipeline

In one of the first actions of the new International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), the U.S. government investment organization is pledging more that $600 million to the Rassini natural gas pipeline to be built across southern Mexico.  In general, Mexico has generated a greater interest in the development of gas pipeline infrastructure projects and, in general, transportation by oil pipelines, according to specialists consulted by Opportimes, a Mexican business newspaper. They report that the country has six new pipelines under construction with a combined operational capacity of 400 MMbpd with an estimated investment of $2.7 billion. Adam Boehler, newly appointed chief executive

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