The Weekly Brief: Mexico

Renewables & Electricity. Cox Energy and Enel will invest in Mexico’s sun; the CFE is selecting new infrastructure projects; and the Asolmex and the Amdee are concerned with the power sector's uncertainty.

 

Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. Fuel theft caused shortages to Total and BP; US LNG exports may cross the California border; and McDermott has the new refinery in sight.

 

Oil & Gas Upstream. Pemex's new offshore platform will be up and running in April; a ban on fracking could hit the market; and Lukoil and Eni will partner up in Mexico's blocks.

 

Money & Power. The USMCA allows different levels of GPA; AMLO will cut the states' budgets; and S&P will wait for Mexico’s 2019 budget.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in GE’s plans in Mexico (El Financiero - Spanish); IEnova’s interest in transmission lines (Platts - English); and energy investors’ concerns over Mexico’s airport (Platts - English).

 

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