mayan train
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An extensive report accused the Mayan Train project of budgetary bloating but FONATUR appears to have debunked these allegations.
In Mexico, investing in combined-cycle made sense as the country is expected to have a reliable and cheap inflow of natural gas for a long period.
Analysis
Approval of the Energy Reform in late 2013 created great expectations in the local and international markets.
Luis Fernández
Insight
Luis Fernández
Senior Associate
Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow
During the drafting of the Reform, law firm Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow was involved in the creation of the law and regulations for the geothermal sector
Derek Woodhouse
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Derek Woodhouse
Partner
Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow
The legislation was clear regarding the diversification of Mexico’s energy mix and the importance of sustainability.
Derek Woodhouse
Insight
Derek Woodhouse
Partner
Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow
Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow recently associated with CMS Cameron McKenna in Mexico.
Derek Woodhouse
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Derek Woodhouse
Partner
Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow
The Mexican authorities have used the first three phases of Round One as an exercise to learn from trial and error and test the industry.
DEREK WOODHOUSE Partner at Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow
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Derek Woodhouse
Partner
Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow
None of the IOCs entering the Mexican market anticipated legal instruments that truly comply with international standards
MEF 2015
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Mexico Energy Forum 2015: Rules of the Game and Regulatory Hurdles after the Energy Reform panel highlights
Derek Woodkouse
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Derek Woodkouse
Partner
Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow
The oil and gas sector is now a collection of subsectors due to the Energy Reform.
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