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Mexico to Spend $100 Billion Dollars to Develop Shale Resources

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Gasoline Storage Tanks by Rennett Stowe

Photo credit: Gasoline Storage Tanks by Rennett Stowe The Mexican Congress is expected to approve the secondary legislation related to the energy reforms before the end of summer. This legislation will detail the now approved Constitutional Reform on energy that opened the market to foreigners. While no exact date has been set, end of July seems reasonable. Once passed, these reforms will...

Mexico’s impending offshore oil boom

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Oil drilling rig arriving at New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand, 10 August 2008 by Phillip Capper

Photo credit: Oil drilling rig arriving at New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand, 10 August 2008 by Phillip Capper There are impending plans to potentially overhaul the Mexico’s oil industry. The government has unveiled a controversial bill, which seeks to make changes to the Constitution to allow the partnership of private companies and Pemex to exploit the large reserves of oil and shale gas. The...

Quick White House Response Could Mean a Foot in the Door in Mexico’s Hydrocarbons Sector

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White House by Tom Lohdan

Photo credit: White House by Tom Lohdan A quick response by the U.S. government could mean American companies could access Mexico’s vast hydrocarbon resources, which look like they could be opening up thanks to reform proposals from Mexico’s governing Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). Mexico, according to an article from the smartplanet.com website and other sources, owns “a gold mine of...

Mexico’s Potential Oil Boom: Reserves Increase and Industry Reforms Proposed

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Oil Pump Jack by Paul Lowry

Photo credit: Oil Pump Jack by Paul Lowry Mexico could very well see an oil boom in the very near future; the country has posted oil gains for the second year in a row and the current government is seriously proposing reforms in its exclusively state-owned hydrocarbons industry. Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, who recently celebrated the 75th anniversary of the state-owned Petróleos...

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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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