Mexico’s change in energy policy seeks to achieve energy security, promote social development and assure reliable and accessible energy for all.
The President showed interest in working with US-based private companies while keeping SENER and CFE in charge and prioritizing energy sovereignty.
The poorest in the country, for whom the government says it is working, will suffer the most from the energy sovereignty push, writes Santiago Arroyo.
López Obrador’s flagship energy self-sufficiency project finally reached its inauguration date, despite its unfinished construction and controversies.
Fifty-one migrants were found dead inside a truck 50 kilometers outside San Antonio, Texas. / AMLO said Mexico will stop buying gasoline in 2023.