Mexico’s Energy Reform in Perspective, Part I
What should EPN tell his successor about the oil reform?
MEI REPORT 831 (Houston) — In this report, we consider the Energy Reform of 2013-16 as finished, with the exception of the restructuring of the motor fuel market. The report is a memorandum by the current president to the president-elect who will be chosen by majority popular vote in the summer of 2018. The choice of this narrative model was driven by the conviction that only the President of Mexico can exercise the leadership needed to update the country’s petroleum narrative.
The summary lists 10 successes and 10 concerns, most having to do with the upstream. The president-elect is cautioned to stay away from Pemex.
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