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Rodríguez Dávalos Abogados
By Carlos Flores, Bruno Stephens
The new "General Law of Administrative Responsibilities", commonly referred to as the "Three out of Three Act" was published on July 18, 2016 repealing the previous "Federal Law of Public Servants Administrative Responsibilities".
By Carlos Flores, Bruno Stephens
In accordance with the 2013 Energy Reform, regulatory bodies were restructured or given new attributions with the purpose of implementing the Reform within all energy related activities.
By Esteban Sánchez Borboa
On December 20, 2014, the Mexican Constitution was modified to allow private investment in the hydrocarbons sector.
By Carlos Flores, Rafael Quijano, Bruno Stephens
Mexico's Energy Reform liberalized the entire supply chain of the energy sector opening the upstream oil industry to domestic and foreign investors.
By Ignacio Vera Estrada
In keeping with Post-classical Roman law, all Mexican constitutions —from the Constitution of Cadiz and the Constitution of Apatzingán— have based their system of land ownership on the principle of Eminent Domain. According to this principle, private owners own the surface of their property, while everything above and below it is property of the State
By José Eduardo Pumarejo Villarreal
In recent years, Mexico has taken one of the most important steps towards modernizing its energy sector.
By Bruno Stephens
The Mexican Energy Sector history, has recently been imprinted by remarkable events. The Congress approval of the Energy Reform on December 2013 is one of the most noticeable in decades.
By Paolo Salerno
The process to implement competitive conditions within the energy sector primarily fostered since the so-called energy reform of December 2013 is starting to evidence its first effects regarding the storage and transportation of refined oil products.
By Ignacio Vera Estrada
Notwithstanding international and domestic adversities (ups and downs of prices for crude oil, peso-dollar parity, a not so-friendly neighbor president), the energy reform, perhaps the most daring of those undertaken by President Peńa, offers yet a lot to reap from.
By Jesus Rodriguez Davalos
Has the development of Round One raised investor confidence in the Mexican upstream sector?
By Jesus Rodriguez Davalos
How would you rank the attractiveness of Mexico as an oil and gas investment destination?
By Jesus Rodriguez Davalos
Con una trayectoria de 20 ańos en el sector, Jesús Rodríguez Dávalos es una pieza clave en la construcción de la nueva infraestructura energética nacional, además de haber representado también los intereses de deportistas de talla internacional en equipos como Los Angeles Galaxy.
By Esteban Sánchez Borboa
Round 1 has finally shown, through the results of the Third Call for bids, the promising direction outlined by the Energy Reform on 2013.
By Guillermo Manning
Under Mexico's new energy reforms, the right of way process is getting an overhaul.
By Marco Sotomayor, Helena Gutiérrez Moreno
We expect that the infrastructure sector will grow exponentially, since the Mexican government is encouraging the participation of the private sector due to the reforms and the laws enacted.