The Weekly Brief: Mexico

Renewables & Electricity. Iberdrola bets US$2.8bn in Mexico; Durango and Telmex go into the solar business; and the CFE bought expensive wind power.


Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. Pipeline delays propelled natural gas prices; the CRE is considering a maximum LP gas price; and Pemex lost MXN1.9bn due to Odebrecht.


Oil & Gas Upstream. The CNH published the Round 1 white books; Round 3.1 values were published; and Pemex's production improved in January.


Money & Power. Interest rates are almost certain to increase in June; Trump asked Mexico to be harsh on illegal migrants; and NAFTA Round 7 is going strong.


Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Mexico’s country risk (El Economista - Spanish); NAFTA’s effects in rural US (Bloomberg – English); and BHP Billiton’s drilling in Trion (Reuters - English).


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