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Energy Map of Mexico is an essential resource on the country's energy industry; depicting key infrastructures for oil, gas, power and LNG whether existing, planned or under construction. With Mexico's significant surge of developments in energy infrastructure in the past few years, this map stands out providing you the information you need to make an informed decision on investing or growing your presence in Mexico.
This updated edition takes into account the vast increase in LNG import capacity, updates to the pipeline network; and also encompasses the latest statistics derived from BP Statistical Review ensuring the data tables of key statistics are accurate and up to date.
This map features:
Locations of oil and gas fields; oil, gas and product pipelines (existing, under construction and planned); oil refineries; gas processing plants; tanker terminals; oil storage facilities; LNG / CNG import terminals; and electricity power network with power stations labelled by fuel type;
Inset maps of Bahía de Campeche; and Northeast Mexico, providing extra details on these infrastructure dense regions;
Data tables of key statistics including Mexico's proven oil and gas reserves; oil and gas production and consumption trends over past 10 years; energy consumption by fuel type; and LNG / CNG projects;
An illustration of oil and gas trade flows into and out of the country.
Size: 1,470mm x 891mm
Scale: 1, 2,500,000
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