Oil in Mexico: Transparent but Almost Empty

Oil in Mexico: Transparent but Almost Empty

  By: Charles B. Published: July, 2015   In June we wrote about horrible problems in Mexico concerning safety and corruption some days before mid-term elections. Surprisingly, ...

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Education and Energy in Mexico

Education and Energy in Mexico

By: Charles B. Published: June, 2015 This report is written some days before Mexicans go to the polls to renew the House of Representatives as well as several other important positions. ...

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PANAMA: Seeking Energy Solutions

PANAMA: Seeking Energy Solutions

Panama is facing the energy challenges of the past head-on with the solutions of the future. Infrastructure, diversification, and a new regulatory environment are defining Panama’s ener ...

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Ana Amicarella of Aggreko: Powering Economies

Ana Amicarella of Aggreko: Powering Economies

Temporary power is no longer just an emergency solution. From special events to off-grid development to supplementing national grids, interim power solutions are dynamically filling a w ...

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Clear and Shallow Waters

Clear and Shallow Waters

By: Charles B. Published: March, 2015 The last quarter of 2014 has been a nightmare for the Mexican government due to turmoil in both domestic and external fronts. A tragic chapter was ...

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Energy Reform Underway in Mexico

Energy Reform Underway in Mexico

By: Charles B. Published: September, 2014 On August 11, 2014, Mexico announced the new set of laws that allows private investment in energy. This sector was formally closed to private a ...

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Mexico: Land of Volcanoes

Mexico: Land of Volcanoes

By: Charles B. Published: July, 2014 Everyone knows that in oil production you obtain an economic rent from a resource that has been provided by nature. The easier it is to get that oil ...

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New Light and Power for Mexico

New Light and Power for Mexico

By: Charles B. Published: June, 2014 Oil and gas have gotten all the international attention in recent discussions of energy reform in Mexico. Less attention has been paid to electricit ...

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