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Mexican Energy Reform Aims To Increase Oil, Gas Production

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By Frank Nieto, Hart Energy
January 6, 2014

Every industry has its list of developments or changes that are always “close” to being undertaken, but somehow never seem to come to fruition. In the energy industry, these include the development of Alaska’s North Slope, the conversion of America’s service trucks from gasoline to electric or natural gas, and, of course, the Mexican government ending the state-owned oil monopoly. The North Slope is still some ways off of development, and the conversion of light- and heavy-duty trucks to compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG) is in ...


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