Renewables & Electricity. Coahuila leads on solar power; and two-thirds of the first power auction’s winning projects are stalled.
Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. The first natural gas storage open season is ready; ExxonMobil will expand its deliveries; and Pemex plans to import crude.
Oil & Gas Upstream. The CRE okayed changes in Pemex's exploration plans; regulation slowed drilling; and Talos Energy sent its Zama drilling plans.
Money & Power. The US and Mexico pushed for auto rules; the UN trusts Mexico's growth; and Moody's is concerned over Pemex's future.
Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in CFE’s withdrawal from the LNG terminal auction (Platts – English); CRE’s jet fuel tariffs (El Universal – Spanish); and BHP’s first well (Reforma – Spanish).
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