López Obrador’s First Political Crisis Rears Head in Energy Sector

A month into Mexico’s new government under Andrés Manuel López Obrador, security measures to fight rampant fuel theft -- part of a larger plan to turn around the fortunes of the country’s oil and gas industry -- have caused gasoline shortages in numerous states, angering citizens and signaling the first political crisis of the nascent presidency. Read More

U.S. San Juan Basin Gas Eyed for Mexico LNG Exports

Mexico's Sonora state governor has signed a nonbinding agreement with U.S. counterparts in Arizona and New Mexico to interconnect existing natural gas pipelines allowing shipments from New Mexico's San Juan Basin to flow to a proposed export terminal on the Gulf of California in Mexico. Read More