As Mexico celebrates two years since the nation embarked on its momentous energy reforms, the oil and gas sector has much to commemorate and much on which to reflect. The lackluster opening of Round One in
July ultimately enabled competitive bidding as the government responded to concerns and criticisms in the second tender process that concluded in September. The outlook for Mexico’s reforms remains positive, in part due to the efforts by regulators and officials to ensure transparency at every level. Still, some concerns persist, particularly in the area of social impact and community engagement. As Mexico moves forward, the government must build on early successes while ensuring the legal, regulatory, and judicial certainty that will buoy investor confidence and guarantee further progress.

Certainty and Opportunity in Mexico’s Evolving E&P Landscape

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