Secondary legislation looms for Mexico’s energy reforms
Last week Mexico’s state-owned energy company submitted its wishlist of the oil fields it would like to keep in the Round Zero phase of the country’s constitutional energy reforms. The reforms, approved by Mexico’s parliament back in December, will be fortified by secondary legislation that is scheduled to be passed next month – shedding light both on how the country’s energy market will work going forward and Pemex’s role within the new framework.
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