In a bilateral relationship characterized by dozens of issues that merit policy attention, energy stands out. Energy costs have an outsized impact on productivity and competitiveness in both economies and energy issues are routinely a key element of the bilateral policy discourse and agenda. Indeed, many of the energy challenges facing both nations do not stop at the border. But it also bears noting that the bilateral energy agenda has faced a great – positive by most accounts - upheaval in the form of Mexico’s historic energy reform composed of a 2013 Constitutional change and its 2014 implementing legislation.
Against a rapidly changing energy panorama in both nations, and within the broad expanse of our complex energy systems, three issues are of particular importance for both countries in the coming years: The so-called energy transition taking place that has seen a boom in the use of renewable energy, but also the continued developm...more.
Mexico is utilizing its capacity for wind energy production in both the north and south; however, exporting that wind energy to the U.S. requires increased binational cooperation from the government a...more.
IRENA's Renewable Energy Policy Brief: Mexico 2015 The following brief brings together the most up-to-date information on renewable energy public policies for the power, heating and transport secto...more.
Carried out by the Mexican Competitiveness Institute, this study presents a current and detailed diagnostic of the hydrocarbons sector in Mexico and the global realities and international experiences ...more.
Mexico’s national oil company, Pemex, has seen a decline in production and revenue over the past several years, largely due to binding protectionist laws favoring total control over oil supplies. ...more.
This document is the energy reform bill passed by the Mexican Congress on December 12, 2013. Este documento es la reforma energética aprobada por el Congreso Mexicano en diciembre de 2013. To r...more.
This Economist Special Report is a must read given Mexico’s desire to expand natural gas production. It illuminates the political and economic role natural gas plays in the world today, and in the p...more.