Energy Reform Series
On August 11, 2015, President Enrique Peña Nieto enacted the secondary legislation of the energy reform. With this series, the Mexico Institute seeks to provide analysis for understanding the new energy reforms and their implications for economic development in Mexico.
On Monday August 11, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto enacted the secondary legislation of the energy reform, composed of 9 new laws and amendments to 12 existing ones. With this action, a new chapter in the economic development of Mexico begins.
In this series, the Mexico Institute seeks to provide infographics, articles, publications, and other materials to provide analysis for understanding the energy reforms and their implications for Mexico.
Mexico's Oil Auction: short-term disappointment v long-term progress - By Duncan Wood
Water Scarcity Could Deter Energy Developers From Crossing Border Into Northern Mexico - By Keith Schneider, Circle of Blue
Drowning PEMEX? - The Expert Take, By Jesus Reyes Heroles
Confronting Challenges to North America's Energy Future - By Duncan Wood and Rachel Bronson
Energy Reform and Democracy - The Expert Take, By Jesus Reyes Heroles
Mexico’s Energy Reform: entering the final phase - The Expert Take, By Pedro Valenzuela and Duncan Wood
Mexico's Energy Reforms Become Law - By Diana Villiers Negroponte
Mexico's New Hydrocarbons Model: A Critical Assessment Four Years Later - By Duncan Wood and John Padilla
Economic Impact and Legal Analysis of the Shale Oil and Gas Activities in Mexico - By Duncan Wood, Thomas Tunstall, Javier Oyakawa, Alejandra Bueno, Pilar Rodríguez Ibáñez, Joana Chapa Cantú, Manuel Acuña Zepeda, and Oscar Lugo Serrato
Renewable Energy in Mexico's Northern Border Region - By Jonathan Pinzón, Lilia de Diego, Rafael Carmona, and Luis Aguirre-Torres
Integrating North America's Energy Markets: A Call for Action - By Duncan Wood
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