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Listen: Mexico trade deal looks good for US oil, gas sector

Out with NAFTA, in with the US/Mexico trade deal. The agreement reached last week between Washington and Mexico City appears to include a provision the US oil and gas industry saw as critical to protecting investments in the newly opened Mexican upstream.

Joshua Zive, a lawyer and trade expert at Bracewell, joined us to talk about the still-unfolding agreement, what it means in the context of the Mexican energy reforms, the striking absence of Canada, and the deal's chances in the US Congress.