August 2019, Vol. 246, No. 8

Mexico Spotlight

New NAFTA  Agreement: Pathway for Oil, Gas

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Correspondent    A member of the energy intelligentsia in June, after the U.S.-Mexico dispute over immigration was calmed, noted President Donald Trump who was in Texas over that period delivered the message that he favors expanding infrastructure to bolster energy trade with Mexico.  Thus, even though he appeared to jeopardize the new North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the energy pro theorized that hurting the U.S. oil and gas industry now is the last thing the president wants to do. Even with the tensions created over immigration at the U.S. southern border, Mexico’s Senate quickly and overwhelmingly (vote of 114-4) became the first of the three

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