The Weekly Brief: Mexico

Renewables & Electricity. Mexico’s wind capacity is expected to triple by 2022; Acciona cut the ribbon on Tamaulipas' wind park; and a judge cancelled tariffs on solar panels.

 

Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. Pemex reached an agreement with Vitol on ethane supply; and the CFE has opened 14 pipelines and has 11 under construction.

 

Oil & Gas Upstream. Pemex will pursue 20 farmouts; and the CRE shortened its decision-making.

 

Money & Power. NAFTA negotiations will continue over the summer; investors fear Mexico's election and NAFTA risks; and the IMF worried about Mexico's remittances.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in NAFTA’s failure (Bloomberg – English); the call to presidential candidates on clean energies (El Economista – Spanish); and Baja California’s hydrocarbons terminal (El Economista – Spanish).

 

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