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Record US Exports from West Texas to Mexico - EIA

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US natural gas exports to Mexico are increasing at the West Texas border

  • Natural gas pipeline exports from West Texas to Mexico averaged a record 1.6Bcf/d in May 2022 according to EIA yesterday.
  • West Texas exports for Jan-May 22 increased by 12% 2021 with flows steadily growth from 0.6bcf/d back in 2019. More connecting pipelines in Central and Southwest Mexico have driven the increase in the past three years.

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US natural gas exports to Mexico are increasing at the West Texas border

  • Natural gas pipeline exports from West Texas to Mexico averaged a record 1.6Bcf/d in May 2022 according to EIA yesterday.
  • West Texas exports for Jan-May 22 increased by 12% 2021 with flows steadily growth from 0.6bcf/d back in 2019. More connecting pipelines in Central and Southwest Mexico have driven the increase in the past three years.