Since the Mexican government enacted historic energy reforms in 2014, there have been a flood of initiatives to encourage dialogue and collaboration from both sides of the border. One if these is a new task force proposed by Texas Secretary of State, Carlos Casco.
Casco announced the formation of a new task force last week that will reach out to Mexican and U.S. agencies and entrepreneurs. His hope is that this binational effort will promote public/private partnerships to tackle critical issues that are key to economic development including infrastructure projects such as water and roads.
Mexico’s new legislation opens up the country’s energy market to foreign investment and has sparked the state power company (CFE) to initiate an aggressive construction campaign that includes $3.3 billion to be spent on 12 natural gas and electricity projects.
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