The world’s biggest oil producer is opening an expansion in a town in the northern Mexican state of Jalisco.
The Mexican gas giant has just completed the construction of the largest expansion in the state since the 1980s.
The company has also agreed to sell its gas to Mexico’s domestic market, which means the expansion will affect the rest of the country, including Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma.
The gas station that will open in the city of Tulum is located next to the city’s most important port, and is part of a plan to export liquefied natural gas to other parts of Mexico.
The expansion is the biggest gas expansion since 2007 when the first large expansion began.
It will also be the largest in Mexico since the expansion of the state’s oil industry began in the 1980.
There have been many changes in the way gas is transported across Mexico.
Gas is now sold to other countries and transported by pipeline, which is a new technology that has been developed since the 1970s.
The gas is shipped to terminals that are connected to a larger pipeline system.
The Tulum expansion is part, if not the largest, of what the company is planning to do in Mexico.
It also follows the opening of a new gas station in the capital, Mexico City, in 2018.
The new station is set to be completed by 2021.