December 10, 2023

Mexican energy market

New Rules Threaten Mexico’s Foreign Energy Investment
Mexico’s government has been chipping away at the country’s electricity market reforms ever since Andrés Manuel López Obrador assumed the presidency.
Overheard at the NARUC 2019 Annual Meeting
NARUC's 131st Annual Meeting drew state and national utility regulators, federal and state policymakers, industry representatives and consumer advocates.
Overheard at the Border Energy Forum XXIV
The Border Energy Forum XXIV drew attendees and speakers from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border to the banks of San Antonio's River Walk.
Overheard at GCPA Mexico Power Market Conference
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's reversal of much of the country's electric market reforms has caused anxiety among investors.
Changes Add Uncertainty to Mexico’s Power Market
Attendees at a Mexican power market workshop discussed the woes wrought on the market since President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took over last year.
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FERC Rejects Baja Power Bid to Guarantee Parent’s Debt
FERC rejected Baja California Power’s request to guarantee debt its parent company took on to purchase InterGen’s Mexico assets.
Mexican Regulator Says Market Reform Results ‘Clear’
Mexico CRE Commissioner Marcelino Madrigal expressed optimism about his country's changing electricity market during a recent GCPA breakfast meeting.
Mexico Power Market Caught up in Political Transition
Incoming Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s administration has a different approach to the country’s energy reforms.
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Opening of Mexico’s Market at Risk from New President
Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has said he wants to evaluate the country's energy liberalization of 2013-14.
Mexican Infrastructure Still Wanting, Insiders Say
Mexico's aging transmission infrastructure is having trouble handling the current generation, speakers told the International Society for Mexico Energy.

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