LNG in the Northwestern Coast of Mexico: Impact on Prices of Natural Gas in Both Sides of the US-Mexico Border
This paper studies the possible impacts of LNG projects on natural gas prices in both sides of the US-Mexico border in California. In California, gas prices are high and the demand is expected to grow. Several projects of LNG facilities have been proposed and have to cope with public opinions against them. In Baja California, four LNG projects are under development given the rising demand forecasted for the next years. After a detailed study of the opportunity for LNG projects, we conclude with an analysis of the fundamentals of the current and future price formation in both sides of the US Mexico border.
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- Brito Dagobert L. & Rosellón Juan, 2005. "Price Regulation in a Vertically Integrated Natural Gas Industry: The Case of Mexico," Review of Network Economics, De Gruyter, vol. 4(1), pages 1-18, March.
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