Renewables & Electricity. The fourth power auction was postponed; the new year and Iberdrola will make Puebla shine; and the new administration has to increase transmission capacity.

 

Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. Mexico’s gas imports skyrocketed; experts estimate the new refinery will be more expensive; and Pemex blames the CRE for the lack of carbon dioxide.

 

Oil & Gas Upstream. AMLO lowered his oil output goal and cancelled two oil rounds; Nahle is worried about big awarded blocks; and DEA will buy Sierra Oil and Gas to step into Mexico's market.

 

Money & Power. Gasoline and LP gas push Banxico's rates and inflation; the neighbors hate the US steel tariff; and AMLO bans socialization between energy public workers and suppliers.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Siemens’ investment in wind and solar (El Financiero - Spanish); the Altamira thermoelectric plant (El Financiero - Spanish); and Morena’s coal project (El Financiero - Spanish).

 

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