The Weekly Brief: Mexico

Renewables & Electricity. The Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute had suggestions for Mexico’s renewable energy future; and Vestas will install turbines in the Mesa la Paz wind project.

 

Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. The CRE okayed 33 storage permits; Engie plans to connect Mexico's gas; and ASA will open up the jet fuel market.

 

Oil & Gas Upstream. Three are interested in Round 3.3, but only Pemex is in; Pemex fell behind in exploration; and the oil industry is coming back to life.

 

Money & Power. The NAFTA renegotiation may be pushed until 2019; AMLO would rather have no NAFTA than a bad one; and the Sener is worried about fuel theft.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the construction of the Baja California line (CMIC – Spanish); the push for a quick NAFTA deal (Bloomberg – English); and Guanajuato’s solar park (El Economista – Spanish).

 

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