Dissipating lingering fears, current and former CRE officers assured investors that the regulatory entity would not disappear. “For any government, regardless of political inclination, it is essential to have an entity that gives certainty to investors,” said Francisco Salazar, Coordinator at the International Confederation of Regulators and Former President Commissioner of CRE. “There must be […]Continue Reading →
The role of the private sector in the development of Mexico’s energy market cannot be understated. Private companies will be essential in the country’s road toward implementing clean energy projects, said Claudio Rodríguez, Head of Mexico City Office at Thompson & Knight, during Mexico Energy Forum 2019 held at the Sheraton Maria Isabel hotel in […]Continue Reading →
Energy policy-related announcements have increased since AMLO nominated his incoming energy team (to get to know more check out our blog covering AMLO’s nominations and priorities for the energy sector). From CFE’s strong losses and a past-due portfolio to plans on how to make the Productive Enterprise of the State a more social company […]Continue Reading →
President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador announces for priority projects to be implemented during 2019. He also named new heads for the Ministry of Energy and CFE. Also, everything runs smoothly in Laguna Verde after a thorough evaluation from the World Association of Nuclear Operators. Meanwhile, public and private companies make investment and positive results announcements […]Continue Reading →
Last night, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) was declared the victor in Mexico’s 2018 presidential elections. As President, his policies will be crucial for the economic and productive sectors of Mexico, including the energy industry. Read on to find out the implications of his presidency for the industry.
According to his […]Continue Reading →
On May 15 Silvia Garza, Fernando González and Josefa González advisors to the presidential candidates Ricardo Anaya, José Antonio Meade and Andrés Manuel López Obrador, respectively, gathered for the first time to talk about the candidates’ proposals regarding environment, energy and sustainability.
During the discussion held at ITAM, Fernando González […]Continue Reading →
As the country’s presidential campaigns unfold and candidates Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), José Antonio Meade, Margarita Zavala and Ricardo Anaya set out to convince the Mexican electorate, dissecting each of the presidential hopefuls’ plans for Mexico’s energy sector is in order.
In 2013, Mexico set the stepping stones of an ambitious energy transition […]Continue Reading →
Elections in Mexico always call for an interesting time, to say the least. This year, the road leading up to the 2012 presidential elections has been quite bumpy and although there are diverse opinions scattered throughout the country regarding which candidate will become President Calderón’s successor, one thing is certain, Mexicans can expect a handful […]Continue Reading →