Renewables & Electricity. Iberdrola plans to invest US$5bn in power projects; Engie defends renewables before the administration; and Ener AB wants to double its power generation.
Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. The Texas-Tuxpan pipeline will be up and running by June; four private companies will boost natural gas imports; and Moody's is concerned with Pemex's refineries.
Oil & Gas Upstream. The CRE published regulations on exploration plans; Mexico's oil reserves dropped by 7% in January; and tenders for 66% of oil and gas resources are pending.
Money & Power. Mexico pushes to be exempt from Section 232; Banxico is concerned about Pemex's threat to stability; and the IDB expects low GDP growth.
Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Kinder Morgan’s pipeline (Platts - English); IMF’s growth outlook (Reuters - English); and Braskem Idesa’s interest in imports (El Financiero - Spanish).
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