Mexico’s new energy model has been controversial in the Mexican regime, but widely held around the world. Since 2013, Mexico has witnessed a deep and rapid opening of its energy sector, as well as several attempts to reform PEMEX and the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE). However, Mexico’s energy reform is still incomplete and faces new challenges under a new Andrés Manuel López Obrador administration.
At an event co-hosted by the Inter-American Dialogue and the Institute of the Americas, panelists discussed how the new Congress will approach key issues affecting energy within the context of Latin America’s evolving role in US trade and foreign policy.
The President of @iamericas, Theodore E. Gildred III and #Energy and #Sustainability VP @jermartinioa during a meeting with the Executive Director of @agencia_asea Mr. Ángel Carrizales. Thank you for a great first meeting and looking forward to our future collaboration.
Special thanks to Mr. @FLBen_VM for the invitation to @Jacsanc @iamericas to participate and collaborate in this wonderful event that had the presence of #energy professionals in the country and from abroad. #WomeninEnergy #WIN2019