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Claudio Rodríguez outlines three potential scenarios resulting from the Constitutional amendment proposed by López Obrador.
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Aside from ideology, the real question for the administration is whether or not it has the resources to do what it wants to do, writes Rodríguez.
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The so-called “Energy Sovereignty” could erode the competitive advantage of Mexico as an attractive and long-standing FDI destination country.
Claudio Rodríguez
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Thompson & Knight
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Avoiding competition in the energy market is a clear sign that some public servants are incompetent, resulting in mediocre leadership.
Claudio Rodriguez
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Claudio Rodriguez
Head of Mexico City Office and Partner
Thompson & Knight
Founded in 1887, Thompson & Knight is a US-based law firm that specializes in energy finance, taxation, business transactions and litigation.
Claudio Rodriguez
View from the Top
Claudio Rodriguez
Head of Mexico City Office
Thompson & Knight
Mr. Rodríguez explains the company's view of Mexico's energy landscape and its untapped opportunities.
Claudio Rodríguez
View from the Top
Claudio Rodríguez
Head Of Mexico City Office
Thompson & Knight
Thompson & Knight is a US-based law firm that is expert in energy finance, taxation, business transactions and litigation, with a century-old…
MEF 2019
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Mexico Energy Forum 2019: Private Sector a Key Player in Energy Transition panel highlights
Jorge Sandoval
Roundtable
Jorge Sandoval
Jorge Sandoval
Associate
Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados

The first midterm auction is generating considerable expectations at a time when the third long-term electricity auction confirmed an aggressive downward trend in the prices offered. Financing appetite is impaired when renewable energy projects reach such low prices. The midterm electricity auction presents an opportunity where, by modifying the structural and commercial conditions on the supply side, it could pique the interest of private banking and investment funds in a system so far led by development and multilateral banking. This first edition will be decisive to determine the parameters under which private banks can consider the risk acceptable.

On March 5, 2018, CENACE published the official results of first midterm electricity auction in Mexico
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