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U.S. business leaders express their concern over Mexico’s energy sector
The business leaders complained about Mexico in a letter sent to the U.S. government 
Mexico’s oil prices hit negative for the first time ever as the COVID-19 crisis surges
Pemex revealed it sold Mexican oil in USD -$2.37 per barrel
Pemex under stronger pressure after crash in oil prices
Mexico’s state oil company sank 31.7% on Monday following the worst international falling of crude prices since 1991
Mexico’s seaports: drug trafficking, smuggling, and fuel theft
An investigation revealed widespread corruption a Mexican ports, which are tainted by corruption
Mexico’s Supreme Court blocks the use of higher ethanol levels in gasoline
The Court’s decision follows a modification of a gasoline regulation by Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission which sought to allow up to 10% ethanol in gasoline sales nationwide
Pemex to invest trillions in the current administration
Pemex's new exploratory and development strategy is part of the investment program Mexico's government will present in February
Mexico hedges Pemex 2020 oil output to protect from low crude prices
The oil hedging program, the world’s largest financial oil deal, is designed to protect Latin America’s second-largest economy against oil price crashes
Mexico defers clean diesel rule for Pemex
Mexico’s Energy Regulator voted to defer for five more years a rule requiring national oil company Pemex to produce, distribute and sell ultra-low-sulfur diesel nationwide
Mexico's fuel reserves are at risk
In 2016, Mexico's oil reserves were enough for three days
Major Mexico natural gas pipeline starts operations
TC Energy and IEnova announced that the USD $2.6 billion Marino Sur pipeline will begin its operations after the renegotiation of the terms of natural gas pipeline contracts that are expected to save the Mexican government USD $4.5 billion