Last week, the uncertain landscape clears for the Mexican natural gas industry. After ongoing pipeline infrastructure was put in doubt by President López Obrador, CFE and private players reach a common agreement that rating agencies like Moody’s qualify as positive. On the other hand, CNH proposes new investments in areas that have not been awarded […]Continue Reading →
This past weekend, the AMLO administration executed the public consultation that settled the fate of Huexca’s thermoelectric plant. With the participation of 53,532 voters from Puebla, Morelos and Tlaxcala states, the project was approved by a majority of 59.5 percent. President López Obrador has previously said that this facility could power the whole state. But […]Continue Reading →
Rolls-Royce is a leading provider of cutting-edge technologies that deliver clean, safe and competitive power solutions. The Power Systems product portfolio includes high-speed engines and propulsion systems. The medium speed engines power ships and power-generation applications. Markku Aspholm, Director – Americas (Bergen Engines – Land Power Applications) of Rolls-Royce sat down with Mexico Energy Review […]
by Sara Warden
CFE is and will remain Mexico’s leading electricity supplier. Nevertheless, some of the most strategic projects of the former administration such as the fourth long-term electricity auction and the Ixtepec-Yautepec Transmission Line have been cancelled. Uncertainty governs the sector, while the industry awaits further plans. In the meantime, the financial sector advocates for continuity by fostering […]Continue Reading →
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting started this week. This yearly gathering brings together the top leaders from around the world for four days in Davos, Switzerland to discuss the most pressing issues that threaten the world’s economies. Numerous initiatives have been launched in Davos such as the System Initiative on Shaping the Future […]Continue Reading →
SEMARNAT recently granted environmental impact permits for the construction of the San Ignacio solar park to be located in Yucatán. It is expected that the project will require an investment of US$34.2 million to reach a nominal capacity of 19.76MW. This solar park is one of the nine assigned projects to the state […]Continue Reading →
CFE published on Aug.31 new electric tariffs for September. Industrial sector tariffs will decrease by 1.7 to 1.3 percent compared with August. Commercial sector tariffs will fall by 1.3 to 0.9 percent, and DAC tariffs by 0.9 percent for the same period. Low consumption tariffs will remain the same.
SENER and CRE […]Continue Reading →
The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) report on Mexico’s outlook was released on Wednesday 26th, with an interesting perspective on the role renewable energy will play in Mexico’s Power industry and overall economy in 2040.
CENAGAS launched the call for the first open season to assign available capacity of the natural gas pipeline […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy Review 2017, Guillermo García Alcocer, Chairman of CRE, shares the commission’s advances towards creating a strong natural gas market and discusses some of the challenges that still lay ahead.
Q: What are the main pillars of the legacy left by former President Commissioner, Francisco Salazar, […]Continue Reading →
In spite of rising negative rhetoric, Mexico and the US continue strengthening the commercial relations they have established in the past decades, particularly after signing the NAFTA. Energy is one of the areas in which both countries seem to share a particular interest, which has been boosted after Mexico decided to liberalize its energy market […]Continue Reading →