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Mexico's New Regulatory Framework for Oil and Gas: Transportation, Refining, Environmental, and Tax
Jose A. Estandia,Mauricio E. Llamas C.,William Prescott Mills,Alberto de la Parra Z., October 16, 2014
Under the new hydrocarbons legislation, the Comisión Reguladora de Energìa ("CRE," the National Energy Regulatory Commission of Mexico) will have jurisdiction over the transportation, storage, distribution, compression, liquefaction, and decompression of hydrocarbons,...
Private Investment in Mexican Natural Resources
José Estandía,Mauricio E. Llamas C.,William P.M. Schwind,Alberto de la Parra Z., October 6, 2014
A hallmark of the constitutional amendments of December 20, 2013, is the opening of the Mexican oil and gas sector to private participation. The National Hydrocarbons Commission (Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos, "CNH") now has the authority and ability to grant licenses and to...
Mexico's New Regulatory Framework for Oil and Gas
José Estandía,Mauricio E. Llamas C.,William P.M. Schwind,Arturo de la Parra R., September 23, 2014
The following is the first chapter in a four-part Commentary discussing the groundbreaking reforms to Mexico's oil and gas sector. The Commentary chapters and their publication dates are as follows:
Languages: English and Spanish.