Energy Security in North America: Solving the Trilemma - Measures for Stabilizing Development of Mexico's Energy Sector
Article from: OGEL 4 (2007), in Energy Security
This paper will provide a detailed examination of the potential implications of energy liberalization in Mexico, and critically examine whether NAFTA provides avenues to expedite that liberalization. Section two provides the background information of the Mexican energy industry, showing how the country's fortunes depend on the production rates from Mexico's giant oil field, Cantarell, while illustrating the structure of PEMEX. Chapter three will explain the Mexican legal framework for energy, while contrasting it with Mexican attitudes vis-a-vie energy liberalization. Chapter four will ...