Renewables & Electricity. Engie and Tokyo Gas will bet on Mexico's renewables; CFE awarded 12 contracts to Glencore; and Yucatán was left in the dark due to gas shortages.
Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. Kinder Morgan may expand its gas pipeline to Mexico; Mexico may open its own gas stations with "fair prices"; and the IMCO finds trouble in the Dos Bocas refinery investment.
Oil & Gas Upstream. AMLO proposed three for the Pemex board; and the energy sector scored more than half of the government's investment.
Money & Power. The IMF lowered Mexico's growth outlook; the WB cut Mexico's GDP for 2019 and 2020; and the USMCA ratification is in doubt.
Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Yucatán’s natural gas supply (El Financiero – Spanish); the first power auction’s operating projects (El Financiero – Spanish); and high power tariffs (El Financiero – Spanish).
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