The Weekly Brief: Mexico

Renewables & Electricity. ATCO bought a hydroelectric plant in Veracruz; the third electricity auction had some drawbacks; and Tamaulipas bets on wind power.

Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. Gas Natural Fenosa will widen its grid in Campeche and Yucatán; and Los Ramones will have a natural gas-fired thermoelectric plant.

Oil & Gas Upstream. Denmark's oil companies have Mexico in sight; Trafigura and CFE won oil and natural gas contracts; and Amexhi suggests speeding up rounds and farmouts.

Money & Power. NAFTA kept Trudeau and Mexico’s auto industry up at night; Banxico hopes for 3% inflation by the end of 2018; and 2018 brought higher fuel prices.

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the redefinition of open seasons (Spanish); Pemex’s hope to find a Maximino-Nobilis partner (Spanish); and the Mexican oil regulator’s cancellation of a potential venture with Pemex in the Maximino-Nobilis area (English).

 

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