In terms of attracting foreign investment, the last few years have been positive for Mexico. The country has not only launched an Energy Reform that has caught the eye of international investors from the oil, gas, and electricity industries, but it has also taken part of international agreements that have improved the country’s position in […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2016/17, Daniel Camarena, Director General of G2E, talks about the great potential of biomass gasification and the efforts that his company is doing to promote the use of this technology in Mexico.
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The conflict between the Yaqui group and the government of Sonora has been ongoing for six years in what some media outlets have labeled as the first war over water in Mexico. In this case, it is the Yaqui River, one of Sonora’s largest water bodies. The conflict exploded in 2009 when the government of […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2016/17, Luis Montgomery, Director General/CEO of ACCESGAS, shares his company’s experience with the Energy Reform and the right of way permits, as well as his views on the future of natural gas usage in Mexico.
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In 2015, INEGI, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, carried out a national census to measure a set of variables affecting the living conditions of Mexican households, including three indicators measuring the percentage of households that are using solar panels, solar water heaters, and efficient lightbulbs, as well as the percentage of families that […]Continue Reading →
In lieu of Mother Earth Day, leaders from all over the world have officially made an important stance towards reducing climate change. On April 22, Mexico has officially signed the Paris Agreement on Climate Change in New York City. Regarded as “a turning point for society” by the Sierra Club, the accord forms part […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2016/17, Cecilia Alvarado, Associate at Goodrich, Riquelme & Asociados, discusses the main features of the Mexican new electricity market, as well as the main challenges that the country will face improving its competitiveness in this sector.
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During the past weeks, Mexico City’s inhabitants woke up to find a grayish mist clouding what once was the horizon, a reminiscence of the environmental contingencies that the city has been experiencing lately. The country’s capital registered its latest contingency on April 6 when the Metropolitan Air Quality Index (IMECA) reached 156 points, 56 above […]Continue Reading →