The Ministry of Energy (SENER) has given 304 permits to bring gasoline, jet fuel, diesel and propane, since the Federal Government gave green light to gasoline imports (February 2016). It is a result of the Energy Reform.
The Federal Competition Commission (Cofece) proposed that foreign capital could participate in the sea shipping and trucking of hydrocarbons.
Last week we were taking about the Oxxo and Gulf interest to enter in the Mexican Fuel Market. This and others companies interested in the sector will have to face some difficulties.
Allegations of bribery and corruption in the country are very common, and this time Humberto Moreira, former governor of Coahuila and former leader of the PRI, was accused of receiving bribes of “Los Zetas”.
Mexican authorities expects that the Energy Reform generate substantial modifications in the hydrocarbons sector. It would help the sector to grow and face the current difficult economic situation. But not only people involve in the Energy Sector could take advantage of this changes.
Last week we wrote about the International Cooperation Agreement between Mexico and France that took place in Merida (Yucatán). Now it is time to talk about the relations between Mexico, Norway and Italy.
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), believes that Mexico has a solid macroeconomic framework to address “very troubled waters” in the current economic situation.
The National Action Party (PAN) has reported in recent days that the outgoing governors in Chihuahua, Quintana Roo and Veracruz are preparing “impunity packages” to avoid investigations by new governments.