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Mexico Reforms Underwhelm; Any Shale Gale Not Yet A Breeze

Liberalization of Mexico's energy sector began in 2013, and so far the results have been less than hoped for. The country's oil production continues to decline, quickly, and real/perceived "above-ground" risk is clouding opportunities for outside investment, analysts at Raymond James & Associates Inc. said in a note Monday. Read More

CPUC Reform Legislation Still In Play For California's Governor

One bill is already awaiting the governor's signature and two others (SB 512 and AB 2903) are still in play to reform the state's major energy regulatory commission as California's legislature sprints toward the end of its session at midnight on Wednesday. SB 512 passed the lower house Assembly on Monday and went back to the Senate for concurrence. Read More