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Mexico’s Energy Reform Is ‘Massive Arc’ Of Change

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By Richard Mason, Hart Energy
April 24, 2014

No one can blame U.S. oil and gas companies for whistling a little James Taylor following Mexico’s historic energy reform legislation announced this past December, particularly the line, “Oh, Mexico, guess I’ve got to go now.”

The constitutional reform effort will create new contractual frameworks for foreign investment in Mexico’s energy sector from upstream oil and gas and electric power generation to downstream retail gasoline and electricity.

The effort will establish open-carry independent system transmission for oil, gas and electricity, which has implications for U.S. operators wanting to export natural ...


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