Clean Energy and Intelligent Interconnections

An Unconventional Bonanza

by Editors

This Economist Special Report is a must read given Mexico’s desire to expand natural gas production. It illuminates the political and economic role natural gas plays in the world today, and in the process highlights today’s abundance of gas, its uses (from heat to fuel to electricity generation), the nature of the international market for gas, and the implications of the expanding role of natural gas in the global energy matrix.

Este reporte especial por la revista Economist es esencial dado el deseo de México por expandir su producción de gas natural. Explica el rol político y económico que juega el gas natural en el mundo actualmente, y en el proceso resalta la abundancia de este gas a la fecha, sus diferentes usos (de calor hasta combustible hasta generación de electricidad), la naturaleza del mercado internacional de gas, y las implicaciones de la creciente importancia del gas natural en el panorama global energético.

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The U.S.-Mexico Network’s Imagining 2024 project is designed to provide readers a quick overview of key issues in US-Mexico relations – the background of the issue, its current state, where we ought to be by 2024, and how to get there.

 

Each short essay is coupled with suggested background readings for those interested in a more detailed understanding of the issue at hand.  And as an electronic publication, both the essays and their associated resource pages are updated as needed to keep the information and analysis fresh.
 

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