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Listen: Lopez Obrador looks to unwind Mexico's energy reform

  • Featuring
  • Sheky Espejo
  • Commodity
  • Energy Electric Power Natural Gas Oil
  • Length
  • 21:32
  • Topic
  • Mexico Energy Reform

The administration of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in Mexico came to power with the promise to undo the energy reform of his predecessor, which opened the private sector to investment.

During the last 18 months, the government has issued agreements, decrees and regulations in its strategy to benefit the state utilities.

We spoke to Victor Ureta of Acclaim Energy, a Mexico-based consultancy, about those moves, the impact on the industry, and what to expect from those processes.

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