Sep 09, 2014
The growing glut of U.S. natural gas is helping to power a manufacturing boom in Mexico.
Natural-gas exports across the southern border have risen 11% so far this year, to two billion cubic feet a day, according to Bentek Energy, an analytics company based in Denver.
And that flow of gas could double in the next few years, analysts say. Companies have announced plans for at least seven new pipelines to take gas across the border from Texas and Arizona, including one expected to start transporting fuel at the end of the month.
From the Wall Street Journal.