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10 tweets trying to explain the Mexican Energy Reform

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A Twitter Banner Draped Over The New York Stock Exchange For Twitter's IPO by Anthony Quintano

Photo credit: A Twitter Banner Draped Over The New York Stock Exchange For Twitter’s IPO by Anthony Quintano Originally posted in my Twitter Account @DoBusinessMX on June 24, 2014, this is a collection of tweets trying to explain the Energy Reform in detail. Well, as much detailed as possible within the 140 characters constrain. Flexibility on style and spelling is understood. One tweet per...

The Final Step of the Mexican Energy Reform

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Three energy saving light bulbs by Anton Fomkin

Photo credit by: Three energy saving light bulbs by Anton Fomkin Mexican Congress opened a new chapter in the country’s oil, gas and electricity sectors when it opened all three to foreign investors. Supported by two thirds of the congress and most of Mexico’s states, the reform also allowed private companies to invest after the country nationalized the sectors over 70 years ago. However, as...

[INFOGRAPHIC] The US$590 Bn Mexican Infrastructure Plan in a Nutshell

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roads and railways series #3 by woodleywonderworks

Photo credit by roads and railways series #3 by woodleywonderworks
Last April 29, 2014, Mexican Government published its Infrastructure Plan to be executed from 2014 to 2018. The total budget is US$590 bn in 743 projects. This infographic shows a brief of the content. Some examples of projects are listed for reference only. There is still plenty to review and discuss.

 
 

Mexico Reforms Attract U.S. Investors

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Senado Lleno… by Eneas De Troya

Photo credit: Senado Lleno… by Eneas De Troya Mexico’s transformation from an inward-looking, oil-dependent country to one of the planet’s most dynamic and open economies in twenty years has been, according to experts, astonishing.   While U.S. investors have always been interested in playing a role in Mexico’s economy, reforms in traditionally “closed” sectors will be attracting even more...

Mexico Energy Sector Investment Opportunities: Gas Imports

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Oil Pump by C2C Balloon

Photo credit: Oil Pump by C2C Balloon Mexico, although it has what are potentially large amounts of shale gas and oil in its territory, isn’t producing nearly enough natural gas to meet the country’s growing demand for energy.  The result is that for now and the foreseeable future, Mexico will be needing to import natural gas from the United States.  While this might at first encourage companies...

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Alberto Esenaro

I am a Mexican lawyer with experience in technology, energy, automotive, infrastructure and business. Worked for law firms, international companies and Government bodies on business advice, regulatory compliance and litigation.

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