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Energy News In Brief

ISSN:1054-8890
LADB Article ID: 53838
Category/Department: Mexico
Date: 2000-06-28
By: LADB Staff

The Mexican government reported strong oil-export revenues in the first five months of the year because of high petroleum prices. But the increase in oil prices is also affecting natural-gas prices and led to complaints from Mexican business organizations. Natural-gas supplies are expected to increase in northwestern Mexico with the completion of a pipeline in Baja California by 2003. The government, meanwhile, has agreed to demands by the environmental organization Greenpeace for an independent audit of the Laguna Verde nuclear power plant in Veracruz state.

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