Mexico’s energy regulator Comision Reguladora de Energia (CRE) needs to do a better job in providing a level playing field and improving sector oversight, Enix SC founder Alvaro Efraín Téllez Rangel, who runs the consultancy firm in Mexico City, told NGI’s Mexico’s GPI.


Mexico’s CRE must “demonstrate certainty” and make decisions based on “the current legal framework to lay the foundation for improved efficiency and competition in the sector,” said Téllez.

In 2016, Téllez founded Enix, a consultancy firm that specializes in legal, economic and regulatory areas to develop projects in the energy sector, particularly hydrocarbons and electricity. The partners and associates that make up Enix have more than 60 years of combined experience in the energy world,...