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Environmental critics put a lens on the financial institutions backing the NOC’s carbon intensive activities; AMLO’s need for Pemex to operate Zama is at the expense of Mexico; Even with agreements and payments Pemex still owes a significant sum to its suppliers.
A detailed opinion on what is instore for Mexico’s energy sector through the end of AMLO’s term; the CRE suspends fuel transshipments at the IEnova train terminal; the Cofece commission says government could do more to counter LNG market concentration rather than launch a state run distributor
AMLO’s political pals want the CRE to have a more direct role in regulating propane prices; An opportunity for petrochemicals is being passed over for refining says one columnist; the general public agrees with Pemex’s Deer Park purchase although the experts say otherwise
The so-called ‘private’ oil and gas producers want Mexicans to clearly understand their contribution to the country in the face of the government’s favoritism towards Pemex. Recently, AMEXHI members presented to a group of Mexican Senators about the topic and I spoke to Warren Levy, CEO of Jaguar E&P, one of the companies that attended.