Renewables & Electricity. The Sener, CFE, and OHL signed the temporary acceptance certificate for the combined cycle plant Empalme; Enel put the first solar panel in Tlaxcala; and Rengen wants to power up Yucatán with turbines.
Natural Gas & Liquid Fuels. The Dos Bocas refinery's competitors asked for an extension; Pemex will update the Cangrejera complex; and LNG exports also cross the border on wheels.
Oil & Gas Upstream. Talos celebrated another discovery offshore Mexico; BHP Petroleum has great expectations for Mexico; and Mexico loses out on natural gas.
Money & Power. Inflation breaks with Banxico's goal in April; the USTR expects the USMCA to hit auto trade; and the ITC expects the new NAFTA to strengthen Mexico’s unions and raise salaries.
Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in the CRE’s extension (DOF - Spanish); Iberdrola’s investment (El Financiero - Spanish); and the meeting between Mexican and US business leaders (Reuters - English).
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