Since the new year arrived in Mexico, the headlines have been dominated by the issue of gasoline theft, fuels consumption and logistics but particularly shortages. The Lopez Obrador government crackdown on the so-called huachicoleo and illegal fuels market has led to a national debate over the interconnected issues of corruption and availability of gasoline to meet the ever-growing demand in the country. We spoke to Marco Cota, CEO of Talanza Energy for his insights on the current fuels issues facing Mexico as well as the broader questions surrounding oil and Pemex and particularly finance and investment implications.
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Ya está listo el #Informe “#Energía #México 2020” de nuestra Mesa Redonda en la Ciudad de México: https://bit.ly/2yisH64
I don't think too many of us will be sad to say goodbye to the month of March, but the end of the month also means it's time for @IOA_Energy Panorama
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#US outlines plan for #Venezuela transition, #sanctions relief https://bit.ly/39wYhtJ via @AP
#World's busiest #border falls quiet with millions of #Mexicans barred from U.S. https://reut.rs/2UNNZA8 via @Reuters