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Mexico Releases Framework for Investment Trusts in Energy and Infrastructure
José Estandía,Antonio Franck C.,Rodrigo Gómez,Luis R. Salinas,Alberto de la Parra Z., October 7, 2015
The Mexican government, through its Tax Administration Service, has released a preliminary framework for fiscally transparent trusts focused on energy and infrastructure investments. The tax treatment of such "Energy and Infrastructure Trusts" is similar to that of FIBRAs (Mexican Real...
Mexico's Energy Ministry Plans Auctions for Extraction, Exploration Rights
José Estandía,Antonio Franck,Jeffrey A. Schlegel,William P.M. Schwind,Alberto de la Parra Z., July 15, 2015
Pursuant to the Mexican Hydrocarbons Law, its Regulations, and its fifth transitory article, the Mexican Ministry of Energy ("SENER"), following a technical proposal prepared by the National Hydrocarbons Commission ("CNH"), announced a Five-Year Public Tenders Plan (the...
Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission Announces New Projects for US$10 Billion
José Estandía,Antonio Franck,Thomas E. Heather,Jeffrey A. Schlegel,Alberto de la Parra Z., June 30, 2015
On June 23, 2015, Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission ("CFE") announced public tenders in Mexico and the United States for more than 150 billion pesos or almost US$10 billion of new projects that will be called by the end of the year for completion by 2018. The most important of these...
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