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Mexico Natural Gas PipelineBP PLC, through BP Energia Mexico, reported it has begun delivering 200,000 MMbtu/d in natural gas to customers across eight Mexican states. This follows $BP being awarded transport capacity on portions of CENAGAS' system through a public auction earlier this year.  BP Energia Mexico is BP’s natural gas marketing and trading arm in Mexico.

Gas under that auction is now being provided to Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, San Luis Potosi, Veracruz, Mexico State, Guanajuato, Tamaulipas and Queretaro.

“We see this as an important milestone in BP’s increasing involvement in and commitment to Mexico,” said Orlando Alvarez, CEO of BP Energy Company, BP’s North America energy marketing and trading group of which BP Energía México is a part. “We intend to continue to grow our Mexican customer base and be a reliable supplier of natural gas into the country for many years to come.”

Mexico Gas Pipeline Infrastructure

“BP has a long history in Mexico and we are looking to continue to grow our presence here in line with the country’s energy reforms. Supplying natural gas is another step forward, building on our other businesses and bringing new offers to Mexico’s consumers as we seek opportunities across the energy sector,” added Chris Sladen, head of country for BP in Mexico.

Source Criterion Research, BP

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