Issue 1, 2014

The birth of Neo-Petronationalism: a new emerging model

Paola Carvajal, Paolo R. Dutto, Agustin Gogorza, Rodolfo Guzman

In 2013 Mexico approved an ambitious energy reform that ended 70 years of Petronationalism. The country opened its market and now allows private and international investors to participate through a range of contracting models. The authors believe that a successful implementation of the Mexican energy reform will position Neo-Petronationalism as a new paradigm for certain countries that share similar conditions. What are the business opportunities, and who will be in the next wave?

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