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Listen: Mexico sees potential as LNG export hub

As the world economy begins to recover from the pandemic, Mexico is considering the construction of an LNG export terminal in the port of Salina Cruz to use excess natural gas in the country.

Douglas Shanda, CEO of private developer Mexico Pacific Limited, which has a similar project, spoke to S&P Global Platts about the country's potential as an export hub.