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Farm-outs, joint-ventures, and the fresh rendering of Mexico’s hydrocarbon sector backed by the Energy Reform have caught the attention of the international oil and gas industry, where the unprecedented changes in the country are a simmering reality that has kept the expectation at a constant high. Time is only ticking for the first set of […]

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After PEMEX sent its petition to SENER to keep 83% of 2P Reserves and 71% of its total productive assets on March 21st of this year, President Enrique Peña Nieto has now pushed forward the announcement of the final decision based on the now productive enterprise of the state’s technical, financial, and operational capabilities. According […]

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Reshaping the legal framework of Mexico’s constitution in energy terms was thought of as an impossible feat to attain. Nonetheless, in less than a year after the unprecedented Energy Reform’s proposal, the reality is now set to sink in sooner than later. The reform is expected to change paradigms that the country’s energy […]

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According to reports from a meeting that took place yesterday between CFE Director General Enrique Ochoa and COPARMEX President Juan Pablo Castañón, the 21 new or modified laws that compose the Energy Reform’s package of Secondary Laws (which were finally approved & passed by both legislative bodies this week) will be promulgated on […]

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During the last day of April 2014, which was coincidentally also the last day of the first ordinary legislative session of the year, President Enrique Peña Nieto submitted the packages of secondary laws of the energy reform. Legislators claimed to not have any sort of opinion or analysis ready in support or in opposition to […]

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The Mexican economy has, for decades now, been strongly tied to the US’ economic activities and fluctuates according to its neighbor’s development. The US is Mexico’s most important export market as over 80% of the country’s exports go there yearly. Exports also represent a large part of the national GDP and their participation has increased […]

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