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Mexico's reformation leader

In October, Petroleum Economist met with Mexico's Secretary of Energy, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, during our strategy forum in Mexico City. In the following weeks, we carried out an interview over email with the minister. The questions and answers follow

PE: Mexico's Energy Reform is one of the most important legislative changes in the global energy sector in decades. Are you satisfied with its progress? PJC: Very satisfied. Mexico undertook the deepest and most comprehensive Energy Reform in the last 80 years, in a context of volatility in international energy markets and in which technological changes have radically transformed the industry at the global level. Mexico is performing a true energy revolution . The relevance of this transformation lies in the fact that practically all activities in the hydrocarbon and electricity value chain - except for nuclear energy - were opened to private investment. President Enrique Peña Nieto pr

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