Saturday, March 28, 2015

Mexico signs second pipeline deal to import Eagle Ford natural gas
Mar 27, 2015  
Sergio Chapa
Reporter- San Antonio Business Journal

Trans-border pipeline deal official                                                                               
PEMEX executive director Emilio Lozoya signs a trans-border pipeline deal with BlackRock and First Reserve
Mexico's national oil company PEMEX has signed a deal with U.S.-based investment firms BlackRock and First Reserve to begin the second phase of a pipeline that will bring natural gas from the Eagle Ford shale to cities hundreds of miles south of the border.

PEMEX CEO Emilio Lozoya-Austin signed the deal with representatives from both companies in Mexico City on Thursday.

Under the 25-year deal, BlackRock is investing $4.6 billion and First Reserve is investing $30 million in the Los Ramones II natural gas pipeline, earning them a combined 45 percent control of the ambitious energy project.

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