January 2010
Global Energy Market Research: Mexico;2010, p21
Market Research Report
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The article presents the issues and prospects of energy sectors regarding the institutional and technical levels, and development of energy resources production in Mexico. It says that Mexico is calling on private sectors for construction of gas combined cycle power plants to supply 22 giga watt (GW) of electricity by 2016. It mentions that Pemex (Petróleos Mexicanos) company is investing and expecting 27 deep-water exploration of oil resource by 2012.


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