We operate the largest interconnected private natural gas system in Mexico with 2,017 km: the Wahalajara System, which runs from the Waha basin, Texas, in the United States to Guadalajara, Jalisco in Mexico. We have more than 25 years of experience developing infrastructure projects that have provided benefits and growth to Mexico.

Energy Transition

The energy transition is paving the way towards a new energy model seeking to replace the energy coming from highly polluting conventional fuels, such as coal or oil, with cleaner and more environmentally friendly energy such as natural gas, which plays a key role due to its availability, competitiveness and ability to be safely stored, transported and distributed.

Our Mission

We are committed to the development and growth of Mexico, the communities where we operate, our employees, investors, partners, and customers. We work every day under a management model based on our values, safety, high performance, and professional and operational excellence with a sustainable and environmentally respectful approach.

Our Vision

To be the leading company in the transportation and commercialization of natural gas, developing and operating the infrastructure that drives Mexico's growth to have a positive impact on the lives of the present and future generations.

Our Values


We strive every day to be the best in the industry and work to carry out our activities under the highest standards of safety, service, and quality to achieve outstanding results.


We build and achieve the goals and objectives that we set as a team, showing enthusiasm and determination.


We respond with optimism to challenges and turn them into opportunities that allow us to grow. We continuously challenge ourselves as a team to achieve this.


We are aware of the impact of our actions and actively contribute to the development of our employees, clients, business partners, communities, and the environment.


We create an environment that values differences and the contribution that each individual brings to the team. We conduct ourselves with social and environmental awareness, making decisions ethically and with integrity.

Our History


Fermaca is incorporated

Acquisition of Tejas Gas de Toluca pipeline 

Tejas Gas de Toluca pipeline starts operations

Ospraie Special Opportunities enters as an investor

The CFE tender for the construction of
Tarahumara Pipeline

Tarahumara Pipeline starts operations

Se gana la licitación de CFE para la construcción de la Estación de Compresión Soto la Marina a través de un Joint Venture 50/50 con Enagas

Partners Group acquires equity stake in the company

The CFE tender for the construction of the gas pipeline is won
El Encino-La Laguna

Construcción y puesta en operación del gasoducto Roadrunner en Texas a través de un Joint Venture 50/50 con ONEOK

Launch of subsidiary Santa Fe Gas (now named as ESENTIA Gas), a natural gas marketing company

CFE awards us contract for the construction of La Laguna - Aguascalientes and Villa de Reyes - Aguascalientes - Guadalajara gas pipelines

El Encino - La Laguna gas pipeline and the El Encino Compression Station start operations

Gas pipeline operations begin
La Laguna – Aguascalientes

Construction of the Villa de Reyes - Aguascalientes - Guadalajara gas pipeline is completed and operations begin

Gas begins to flow throughout the Wahalajara interconnected pipeline system

Fermaca changes its name to ESENTIA Energy Systems

Safety, a key factor in our operation

Safety, care for the environment and the well-being of the communities where we operate are factors directly influencing the way ESENTIA Energy Systems operates around its various facilities in Mexico. We comply with national and international standards that guarantee that our gas pipelines are operated responsibly and safely. 

SCADA System

In ESENTIA Energy Systems we use the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system to monitor and control in real time the path of our gas pipelines with the purpose of guaranteeing a continuous and safe operation 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Emergency Response Plan

We have an Emergency Response Plan containing a clear guide
to what actions must be implemented in the event of a threat to the physical integrity of people, assets or the

We Act with Integrity

At ESENTIA GAS we are committed to conducting business with honesty, integrity and respect. We adhere to compliance with national and international laws, as well as our internal policies and our Code of Conduct and Ethics, which refers to the values and principles that should govern the conduct of all employees in the performance of their duties.

Our Code of Conduct and Ethics and internal policies, such as, Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy, Gifts, Hospitality, Entertainment and Donations Policy, Travel Expenses Policy, Conflict of Interest Policy, among others, are applicable to all members of our company, including employees, managers and administrators.

Therefore, ESENTIA GAS reiterates its adherence and compliance to the National Anticorruption System. There is zero tolerance to anyone who offers or accepts bribes or commits or participates in acts of corruption.

ESENTIA Energy Systems begins construction of a teaching center in Delicias, Chihuahua

On November 21, ESENTIA Energy Systems and the Chihuahua Labor Training Institute (ICATECH) laid the first stone to build an important social investment project, a teaching center that will contribute to the training of hundreds of people in technical skills. and will increase the qualified workforce in the region of Delicias, Chihuahua.

 In the presence of representatives of the state and municipal government, the presence of Israel Ángeles Llerenas, Project Executive of the Project Supervision Subdirectorate of the Strategic Projects Directorate of CFEnergía, as well as Arturo Morales Reyes, director of ICATECH, began the construction of this work supported by the El Encino – La Laguna Natural Gas Infrastructure Development Trust. The work is expected to be completed in July 2024. 

In addition to leading the construction of the property, ESENTIA Energy Systems will also donate the furniture for its equipment. 

Through this public-private alliance, the sustainability of this center is guaranteed, since once the work is delivered, ICATECH will assign personnel and will be in charge of guaranteeing its operation according to the needs and technological advances that the productive, governmental sector and social require. 

With this work, ESENTIA reaffirms the commitment it has to the development and well-being of Mexico and the communities in which it is present.