Mexico’s fortunes have been on the rise. Presidential elections in July 2012 were followed by a smooth transition in December to the PRI administration headed by President Enrique Peña Nieto, while steady economic growth has commentators championing the future of the “Aztec Tiger.” The swift passage of labor and education reforms within the first few months of the new administration has boosted this optimism, and bodes well for the President’s expected energy reforms this summer. Yet as panelists at the Institute of the Americas Energy Security Roundtable underscored, the health of the Mexican economy is intricately linked to its energy sector, and the oil and gas industry in particular.
The Institute of the Americas is a non-profit policy center at UCSD that hosts professional workshops and conferences on critical issues in the Americas
Great panel to discuss #Oilandgas update -#price, #upstream and #production, #storage, #downstream and #DosBocas with Mr. Sladen from Recoinnatre Ltd., Warren Levy, Jaguar Exploración y Producción, Rosanety Barrios @vozexpertamx @pzarater @AztecDuncan @MexicoInstitute
Continuing with the last day of our #LJC2020 to discuss #gas and #power update -pipelines, #power markets and #renewables moderated by @MontseRamiroX @vozexpertamx with @memo_z @LeoBeltranR, Juancho Eekhout @IEnova_MX and Gerardo Serrato from Hartree Partners #LJC2020
The #power sector #model in #Mexico needs to fit with the current situation in order to continue receiving #private #investment and develop the sector #LJC2020