Mexico Projects: Get Ready, Get Set . . .

Development opportunities in Mexico are expected to abound in the coming years with the support and sponsorship of the Mexican government. By all accounts, it appears to be full steam ahead for Mexico in the infrastructure and energy sectors!

On the heels of the National Development Plan (May 20, 2013), the Executive Branch of the Mexican Government has issued the National Infrastructure Program (July 15, 2013), Mexico’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications (SCT) has announced a variety of projects in the port, toll road, rail and satellite sectors, Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) has announced independent power producer (IPP) projects for up to 8,000 MW in total in the next five years, and Constitutional reforms in the energy sector (power, oil and gas) have been proposed by President Enrique Peña Nieto and Partido Acción Nacional (PAN), the main opposition party.

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