10 November 2012 23:46 [Source: ICIS news]
RIO DE JANEIRO (ICIS)--The recently elected president of ?xml:namespace>
Currently, state energy producer Pemex has a monopoly.
However, Pena Nieto made reforming the nation's energy laws a priority during his presidential campaign, said Jose Luis Uriegas, the chief executive of Grupo Idesa, a Mexico-based chemical producer. Uriegas made his comments on the sidelines of the Latin American Petrochemical Association (APLA) annual meeting.
Under any reform,
This would incentivise foreign players to provide technology and funds to develop hydrocarbon reserves in
"I see him very committed to energy. He will put a lot of political capital into energy reform," Uriegas said.
Such reforms could receive cooperation from
The APLA conference ends on Tuesday
Additional reporting by Joseph Chang
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