Pricing Natural Gas in Mexico: An Application of the Little-Mirrlees Rule
Dagobert Brito and
Juan Rosellon ()
The Energy Journal, 2002, vol. Volume23, issue Number 3, 81-93
The Mexican energy regulatory commission--Comision Reguladora de Energia (CRE)--has implemented a netback rule for linking the Mexican market for natural gas with the North American market. This paper describes the economic analysis that supported this policy. We show that the netback rule is the efficient way to price natural gas and it is in fact an application of the Little-Mirrlees Rule.
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