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In this video from Platts,Bentek analysts Ross Wyeno and Kaitlin Meese discuss the future of gas trading between the U.S. and Mexico. VIDEO: US gas exports to Mexico seen doubling over the next five years By: Ross Wyeno and Kaitlin Meese See the video here.
A recent report from the Council on Foreign Relation is urging for deeper economic ties between the US, Canada, and Mexico - with the hope of a swift approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. The report calls on US leaders to recognize the reality of North American energy and trade relationships as the strongest force in the world countering the rise of China and other Asian economic powers. Council on Foreign Relations report calls for Keystone approval By: Guy Taylor Rather than pivot to Asia, U.S. policymakers should be focusing on a pivot to North America by deepening economic ties with Canada and Mexico and getting serious about swiftly approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline, according to a report released Thursday by the Council on Foreign Relations. The three countries should build on the foundation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), with a specific focus on expanding coordination on trade, energy and security policy, said the report, which was authored by a
The U.S. oil boom is causing Mexicos state-owned oil company to rethink their stance on self-sufficiency. Mexico last imported crude in the late 1990s, but in this article from Reuters, David Alire Garcia and Noe Torres explain why Pemex is analyzing the option of importing light crude from the U.S. in an effort to generate more value from Mexicos six domestic refineries. Mexicos Pemex poised to import light crude from U.S. By: David Alire Garcia and Noe Torres Mexicos state-owned oil company, Pemex, is poised to abandon a decades-old devotion to self-sufficiency in crude oil, entering talks with U.S. companies about importing light crude from its northern neighbor, where output is booming. Chief Executive Emilio Lozoya said in an interview late on Thursday that Pemex was very likely to start importing light crude from the United States in the next few months, to generate more value from the Mexicos six domestic refineries. Lozoya said importing light crude from the United