Mexico Energy Report

The ICIS Mexico Energy Report (MER) is the first English-language product focusing exclusively on Mexico's energy market. The MER provides news, commentary and analysis on Mexico's power and natural gas markets, which over the next few years promise to be among the most dynamic in the Americas.

This in-depth, fornightly report covers the latest regulations and projects emerging from this rapidly-changing market, which is being transformed by government reforms opening up the energy sector for the first time in over half a century.

The report is vital for those looking for future business, investment and energy trading opportunities in Mexico, as well as across the southern US.

Report features

The ICIS Mexico Energy Report is the only English-language publication to offer an expert eye on the development of Mexico's power and gas markets, giving readers access to:

  • A tender table listing the latest energy infrastructure projects available for private investment.
  • Current and future prices for Mexico's natural gas market.
  • Commentary on the US gas market and its likely impact on Mexican pricing.
  • Updates on cross-border infrastructure and future trade flows.
  • Analysis on the pace of market development as Mexico strives to liberalise its energy sector.

How can it help?

The ICIS Mexico Energy Report provides an independent and expert view of the country's rapidly-developing gas and power markets. It enables you to:

  • Gain a better understanding of the business opportunities emerging from Mexico.
  • Understand the evolving nature of the country's energy legislation.
  • Make decisions about potential future trading positions and prospects.
  • Create strategic plans using ICIS' independent view.
  • Identify existing and prospective major trading partners.

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Energy news appearing in ICIS:

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US Energy Department - Trump administration supports LNG exports

...process. Fred Hutchinson, executive director of LNG Allies, which represents US LNG sellers particularly for prospective European buyers, said the US regulatory... Thu, 22 Jun 2017

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The opening up of Mexico's gas and power markets

ICIS Energy Reporters Dan McGraw and James Fowler discuss the latest developments in Mexico's energy reform process and the opportunities opening up in the country's natural gas and power markets.

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Webinar: Mexico's Gas Market Analysis

ICIS reporter James Fowler explores the key demand drivers for Mexico's natural gas market in this hour long webinar. The country's recent moves into the LNG spot market, as well as future proposals for global exports are examined in detail through this presentation which can be downloaded here.

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Mexico Energy Podcast

Energy reforms signed into law over 2013-14 have laid the foundations for the opening up of Mexico's gas and power markets. Legislators are now focused on the nuts and bolts regulations governing exactly how these markets will be composed. Listen to the podcast below.

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