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The rise of the ‘omnisumer’ gives energy providers an opportunity to differentiate by creating a seamless customer experience, writes Alfredo Alvarez.
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Once the market is more accepting of cannabis consumption, this product could become a commodity similar to alcohol, says Canncura.
High Voltage Electricity Cables
Analysis
Uncertainty created by Mexico’s shift in energy policy has brought disinvestment and tension with trade partners.
Rubén Moreira at Congress
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After relevant Congress commissions failed to reach an agreement, Congress approved a three-month extension to the vote.
MEF 2022
News Article
As the energy reform continues to be discussed and its results remain unknown, uncertainty is already impacting the energy sector negatively.
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Analysis
Mexico’s energy industry has blazed a path that has been hailed internationally for its rapidity and transparency. There remain many areas of concern…
Alfredo Álvarez
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Energy Segment Leader
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Alfredo Álvarez
Energy Segment Leader Mexico and Central America
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“Security has been a key factor for investment in Mexico. But in the end, if commodity prices go up, so does investment”
Miguel Andres Rozo
Roundtable
Miguel Andres Rozo
General Manager
TDM

Mining is an important economic motor for the country and the governments at the federal and municipal levels should help promote the sector. We believe the authorities should not only help Mexican companies in the industry but their international counterparts too. The help does not have to be monetary and the authorities could intervene by connecting companies with Mexican talent, which is an important issue in the sector. The younger generations often do not get many opportunities to connect with the industry and the government could play a critical role in closing talent gaps. Companies could then train and develop people with talent. This would also help boost the economy in Mexico.

Mexico Mining Review asked Mexico’s mining leaders how they are adapting to this trend and what actions they are taking to strengthen the country’s…
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