My Exclusive Interview on Mexico’s Energy Reform

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My Exclusive Interview on Mexico’s Energy Reform

I recently sat down with GC Grapevine for an exclusive interview on the state of energy reform in Mexico and the key challenges for both Mexico and US companies in light of lower oil prices. You can read our conversation online now. For the Spanish version, you’ll find it here.

The interview is part of a larger package of coverage on Mexico’s energy reform. You can read more on this topic here.

And, yesterday, I spoke at the Mexico Shale Summit in San Antonio. You can learn more about the second day of this conference online.

I hope you’ll stay connected and in touch with me on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter for more news from Mexico.

And, if I can assist you or your team here at White & Case in Mexico City or through Vianovo Ventures, simply call.


Antonio Garza

White & Case’s Mexico Energy Reform site offers a wide range of timely perspective and analysis that’s worth reading and sharing.


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