Mexico presses U.S. to guarantee natural gas supplies after Texas export ban

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, an energy nationalist, this week said the supply problems highlighted the need for Mexico to cover more of its energy needs domestically.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Mexican government called the top U.S. representative in Mexico on Wednesday, February 18th, to press for natural gas supplies after the Texas governor ordered fuel to remain in the state during a freeze that has overwhelmed its energy grid.

Already, earlier this week, natural gas supplies to Mexico from Texas were interrupted by the freeze, leaving millions without power in its industrial northern states and causing an estimated US . . .

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