The robust economic performance of the Mexican industrial sector has led to increased demand for natural gas in the country. However, domestic production is insufficient to meet the country’s fuel needs. In response to this shortfall, the Ministry of Energy published the Five-Year Plan for the Expansion of the National Integrated Natural Gas Transportation and Storage System 2015-2019. This Plan is reviewed annually in order to provide accuracy and certainty to investors. The Plan also acts as a vehicle whose purpose is to expand coverage by providing systemic benefits in terms of improvements in safety conditions, continuity, quality and efficiency in the delivery of natural gas transportation and storage services. RDA provides support by:
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Consulting on the development and implementation of infrastructure projects for the transportation, storage, distribution, liquefaction, regasification, compression and decompression of natural gas.
Advising on bidding processes for the award of contracts related to the transportation of natural gas.
Advising on transactions for the supply of natural gas, including the development of efficient logistics structures.
Advising on the management capabilities of transportation and storage systems.
Consulting on regulatory obligations and support in their proper implementation.
Processing and obtaining Presidential Permits granted by the FERC.
Preparation and negotiation of the agreements required to develop natural gas infrastructure at their various stages of development, implementation, construction and operation, such as:
Preparation and negotiation of agreements for the purchase and sale of natural gas in Mexico and abroad, including SWAP agreements.
Consulting on projects for transporting LNG by ship.
Advising on the development and implementation of compressed natural gas projects.