In This Issue:

- Mexican Congress to Consider Constitutional Oil and Gas Reforms: Bold Stride Forward or Half-Step?

- European Union adds legislative weight to the promotion of transparency in the extractive industries

- Argentina: New Investment Regime for the Production of Shale Oil and Gas

- EPA's Proposed Greenhouse Gas Emission Standard for Power Plants – The Other Half of the Rule

- Rocky Mountain Farmers Union v. Corey: Ninth Circuit Holds that "California's Regulatory Experiment" Does Not Discriminate Against Out-of-State Ethanol and Crude Oil Producers

- Bilateral Investment and Related Treaties Would Likely Have a Key Role in Mitigating Investment Risks If Mexico Undertakes Energy Reforms

- Excerpt from Mexican Congress to Consider Constitutional Oil and Gas Reforms: Bold Stride Forward or Half-Step?

In what amounts to a sea-change in Mexican energy politics, competing billshave been proposed to amend the Mexican Constitution to permit, for the first time in generations, the participation of private capital in Mexico's upstream oil and gas business...

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