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LNG Exports from Mexico in Limbo While Pipeline Project Plows Ahead

The Biden administration’s pause impacts LNG development in Mexico, where companies eye shorter routes to Asia.

Mexico anticipates exporting liquified natural gas for the first time this year. But prospects for the country’s nascent LNG industry—where each export terminal requires more than one billion dollars in investment—have cooled following the Biden administration’s pause in January on new export permits.