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US President Donald Trump and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto’s conference call to publicly announce the successful conclusion of a preliminary NAFTA 2.0 between the US and Mexico calls for a closer look at its implications for President-Elect López Obrador’s upcoming oil and gas policy.

 

In the first enacted version of NAFTA in […]

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In the wake of the NAFTA re-negotiations, especially the ones going around energy to take place from Friday 18 until Sunday 20, oil and gas associations AMEXHI, API and CAPP stated their support towards market-oriented politics that eliminate barriers, bring economic growth and create job opportunities. This vision is shared by main outlets such […]

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On Wednesday May 4 in the idyllic Canadian town of Fort McMurray, nestled in the heart of Alberta’s oil sands, a forest fire spread to uncontainable proportions after a sudden change in the wind direction allowed the blaze to jump a river and encroach upon the town’s residents. With the exception of a few areas […]

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Never say never, but unfortunately, things are not looking bright for the oil prices this year. Understanding the drop is essential to predicting future developments, and the nature of it pretty much boils down to the simple laws of supply and demand, athough the impact of a strenghtening US dollar and a reduction in investment […]

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Justin Time for the Climate Change Talks in Paris

On the 19th of October, after the victory by an absolute majority of the Liberal Party, Justin Trudeau was elected Prime Minister of Canada. His rise to power is met with anxiety in Canada’s oil industry, where the legacy of his father’s controversial energy […]

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After five years of intense negotiations, the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement has finally been completed, intertwining economies from the American and Asian continents. The long-awaited agreement comes as part of the efforts by leading countries to devise legal frameworks that will result in further globalization. It was announced on the fifth of October by the Trade […]

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