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Mexico Looks to Trinidad for LNG Supply

Mexico may compete for additional LNG supply from Trinidad and Tobago if the latter develops a fifth liquefaction plant, according to a Dow Jones report. Trinidad and Tobago Energy Minister Lenny Saith is meeting with Mexican energy officials during a tw
July 11, 2006

Mexico may compete for additional LNG supply from Trinidad and Tobago if the latter develops a fifth liquefaction plant, according to a Dow Jones report. Trinidad and Tobago Energy Minister Lenny Saith is meeting with Mexican energy officials during a two-day visit to discuss collaborative energy initiatives. His Mexican counterpart Fernando Canales said LNG development projects, such as the Manzanillo LNG terminal and proposed expansions at other facilities, have increased the demand for LNG supply. The Dow Jones article is carried via LexisNexis. [Subscription required]

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