Opportunities Still Abound In Mexican Energy Sector

Law360 (October 23, 2019, 5:18 PM EDT) -- Once declared as one of the major constitutional reforms in modern Mexico, the nation’s 2013 energy reform regulations marked a groundbreaking change in how private entities can enter into agreements and projects once reserved to the Mexican state. Billions of dollars have been invested in new energy development projects.

Since late 2018 the administration and social vision of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador have changed some previous rules — but not the constitutional framework that launched energy reform six years ago. Viewed as a leftist, social-oriented leader, López Obrador based many of his campaign promises on deep changes to the energy...

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