Financial Post - El Paso Natural Gas, owned by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners and Kinder Morgan, has entered into a 25-year transportation precedent agreement in connection with plans to build a new pipeline to serve customers in Mexico.
IPS - Residents of small towns Temacapulín, Acasico and Palmarejo in Jalisco have condemned the Mexican government and demanded cancellation of El Zapotillo hydoelectric dam complex nearby.
Fresh Plaza - Netherlands-based APM Terminals plans to invest $2 billion to expand the containers terminal of the Mexican Pacific port of Lazaro Cardenas, a project that will create 3,000 direct jobs, officials said.
Circle of Blue - The United States and Mexico are nearing an agreement on water-sharing rights for the Colorado River south of the U.S.-Mexico border. The talks remain delicate as final documents are reviewed by 15 water agencies and state officials.
Total Telecom - Telecommunications heavyweight America Movil, Mexico's largest wireless service provider, has launched its fourth-generation mobile service in Mexico, with plans to expand the service to two-thirds of the country by early next year.
Bloomberg - Empresas ICA, Mexico’s largest construction company, won a concession to build and operate a tollway in Queretaro and Guanajuato states with an initial payment of 2.63 billion pesos ($202 million) to the government.
Reuters - TransCanada Corp. said its Mexican unit was awarded a $400 million contract from Mexico's federal power company to build the El Oro to Mazatlan pipeline. The latest contract is an addition to the $1 billion contractTransCanada won last week.
AP - A rerouting of tens of thousands of vehicles a day began Thursday without a hitch at the busiest crossing on the U.S.-Mexico border as part of an expansion that aims to keep lines manageable while allowing heightened inspections.
McClatchy - For hundreds of thousands of Mexico City residents, daily life grew less arduous and less expensive Tuesday with the inauguration of a new subway line that reaches deep into poor districts of one of the world’s biggest metropolises.
UT San Diego - Starting at 6 a.m. Thursday, Mexico’s federal government plans to route all San Ysidro southbound traffic into Tijuana through the newly constructed El Chaparral facility located west of the current lanes at Puerta Mexico.