Energy executives, government officials, and analysts rely on The Weekly Brief  to start their week with a unique perspective on regional energy trends and developments.

“Every week I see something that I missed.”

 — Enrique Hidalgo, President, ExxonMobil Exploración y Producción México S. de R.L. de C.V.

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 — José María Lujambio I., Energy Practice Director, Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton

The Weekly Brief: Mexico covers Mexico’s energy value chain, from upstream oil and gas through electricity and renewables. A special NAFTA section will also be included for as long as the renegotiation lasts.

Highlights from this week’s edition include…

Renewables & Electricity. Enel will power up the China Municipality with wind; Iberdrola will cut the ribbon on its solar park in Sonora; and everyone is worried about the decision to cancel the fourth power auction.

 

Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. Bartlett will audit pipeline contracts; the new refinery tenders are promised by March; and the Madero refinery will receive MXN5bn.

 

Oil & Gas Upstream. Pemex's farmouts were pushed out until October; and AMLO will wait for oil production before offering new contracts.

 

Money & Power. The consequences of cancelling NAFTA; AMLO will increase Pemex's budget by MXN75bn; and Mexico's inflation improved in November, but less than expected.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Nahle's team (O&G Magazine – Spanish); DEA's purchase of Sierra...

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The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean covers Central America, the Caribbean islands, and South America’s Caribbean coast, as well as relevant stories from other island nations.

Highlights from this week’s edition include…

Central America. Guatemala’s hydroelectric plant Renace is done; Panama's power supply grew 3%; and Central America will receive investments for energy projects.

 

Greater Antilles. The Dominican Republic hit natural gas; Jamaica's Prime Minister will go after Petrojam's misappropriated funds; and NFEnergía plans to speed up Puerto Rico's clean energy transition.

 

Lesser Antilles. Curacao chose a US company to restart a refinery; and the IMF visited the Bahamas and Barbados.

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Amerisur found black gold in Colombia; Guyana will receive 75% of Hess's 2019 budget; and Citgo is in trouble again.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the Dominican Republic's power shortage (English); a floating power plant (English); and Putin's support for Venezuela (English).

 

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