Government, Business, Fuel, TCA

Mexican Market No Longer a Sure Thing for US Gas Producers

For years, U.S. producers have counted on Mexico to buy enormous quantities of natural gas from the prolific shale fields in West Texas and elsewhere. The fracking boom has given rise to massive pipeline projects to carry that gas across the border, where energy production has plummeted.

Katherine Blunt | Houston Chronicle
August 24, 2018
Business, Fuel, TCA

Mexican Energy Sector Overhaul Could Reduce US Export Demand

An ambitious plan to boost Mexico’s oil and gas production could slow the country’s energy sector reforms and hinder trade opportunities for U.S. refiners and pipeline companies that have ramped up exports to meet growing demand there, according to research firm Morningstar.

Katherine Blunt | Houston Chronicle
August 7, 2018
Government, Business, Logistics, TCA

Port Houston Container Imports Surged in 2017

The National Retail Federation said Jan. 5 that retail imports surged in Houston and other U.S. ports amid a rise in consumer confidence and spending.

Katherine Blunt | Houston Chronicle
January 8, 2018