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It emerged last week that plans to invest USD 11bn in a refinery plant in Tula were removed from the Pemex 2014-2018 Business Plan, following fears that the level of investment could place the NOC under untenable pressure. The refinery, which was widely regarded as former President Calderón’s flagship project, requires the collaboration of the […]

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As the weeks go by the energy reform proposals continue to stir up much debate and activity on the streets of the capital. The breakaway CNTE teacher’s union, a rather unexpected participant, recently popped up on the capital scene, blocking Mexico City’s streets in retaliation for the introduction of an overdue process of teacher evaluation, […]

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Manuel Cervantes, Head of MCM Abogados, a firm of Mexican lawyers rendering integral legal services specialized in the development of oil & gas, energy and infrastructure projects, has kindly provided a courtesy note on the new tax regime for Pemex – President Peña Nieto’s proposal:

In general terms, pursuant to the proposal, there will be […]

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Many actors in the energy industry have aired their views about the reform since President Enrique Peña Nieto announced his proposal on it last Monday. While many explanations are still pending on the specifics for the reform to succeed, the main outline already looks promising as a step in the right direction. One of the […]

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After delaying the announcement for a week, President Peña Nieto finally unveiled his energy reform proposal at 11:00am on August 12th, 2013. In a ceremonial act that took place at Los Pinos, the current administration gave a general outline on what the energy reform document submitted […]

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“Mexico’s economic growth and social development will require from the assistance of a well-equipped energy sector, capable of overtaking the forthcoming challenges and able to provide a wide supply of needed products and services to sufficiently tend for the national demands. All of this while maintaining satisfactory enough performance levels to reflect the implementation of […]

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