The state economy for Texas is capitalizing on cross-border movements of natural gas to Mexico, a director at a state energy regulator said. Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos served as the moderator of a bilateral energy forum that counted members of a Mexican energy trade association and Mexico Energy Regulatory Commissioner Guillermo Garcia Alcocer among its panelists. The panel came one month after Mexico’s government held its first auction to access capacity to natural gas infrastructure as part of the country’s sweeping energy reforms. Those reforms could bring in up to $415 billion in investments over the next 20 years as the country establishes links to the rest of the world.
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Written By Daniel J. Graeber at UPI.com