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Adriana Barrera

'We'll know in 48 hours': Mexico sees new hope of trilateral NAFTA

Sep 28 2018

WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY Mexico on Friday said the U.S. Trump administration and Canada were making serious efforts to resolve trade policy differences after days of bickering, raising hopes of saving the North American Free Trade Agreement as a trilateral pact.

Mexico's next president will honor existing oil contracts -official

Sep 27 2018

MEXICO CITY, Sept 27 Mexico's president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, assured private energy executives in a closed-door meeting on Thursday their contracts will not be canceled if they meet existing terms, the head of the country's main oil producers' association said.

In Mexico's shale patch, cartel violence scares off drillers

Sep 26 2018

REYNOSA, Mexico The oil and gas fracking boom has lured scores of drillers to the Eagle Ford region of South Texas, the second largest U.S. oil patch, as new production technology opened access to billions more barrels.

Mexico should tap natural gas to offset U.S. 'supply risk': regulator

Sep 20 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico should speed up development of its natural gas reserves, including potentially massive shale deposits, to curb a growing "supply risk" fed by excessive dependence on U.S. supplies, the industry regulator proposed on Thursday.

CORRECTED-Mexico's next government starts oil contract reviews with Talos-led deal

Sep 20 2018

MEXICO CITY, Sept 18 Mexico's incoming government has begun its promised review of oil contracts, starting with a major project won by a consortium led by U.S.-based Talos Energy, the country's next energy minister said.

Exclusive: Mexico's new government may halt oil auctions indefinitely - document

Aug 28 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's incoming government is considering indefinitely suspending auctions for oil and gas projects, and giving state-owned Pemex authority to pick its own joint-venture partners rather than holding competitive tenders, according to policy guidelines seen by Reuters.

Mexico's new government may halt oil auctions indefinitely - document

Aug 28 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's incoming government is considering indefinitely suspending auctions for oil and gas projects, and giving state-owned Pemex authority to pick its own joint-venture partners rather than holding competitive tenders, according to policy guidelines seen by Reuters.

Mexico and U.S. studying NAFTA rules of origin proposals - minister

Aug 06 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's economy minister Ildefonso Guajardo said on Monday the country has put forward a proposal to update the North American Free Trade Agreement's contentious rules of origin, and in turn was studying the U.S. position.

Mexico, Latam allies commit to free trade amid Trump threats

Jul 24 2018

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico Led by Mexico, major Latin American nations pledged to deepen commercial and economic ties on Tuesday as they sought to counter the risk of a deepening trade war sparked by U.S. President Donald Trump's "America First" policy.

Mexico, Latam allies commit to free trade amid Trump threats

Jul 24 2018

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico, July 24 Led by Mexico, major Latin American nations pledged to deepen commercial and economic ties on Tuesday as they sought to counter the risk of a deepening trade war sparked by U.S. President Donald Trump's "America First" policy.

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