August 2020, Vol. 247, No. 8


Mexico’s Endless Pipeline Possibilities, Frequent Disappointments

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor  On the last Friday of June, John Padilla, managing director of IPD Latin America, an energy consultant focused on Mexico and Columbia and living in an upscale part of Mexico City, found himself more unsettled and perplexed.  Minister of Security Omar Garcia Harfuch had been shot three times and three others were killed in a vicious attack by members of the Jalisco Nueva Generacion cartel on the Reforma in Padilla’s neighborhood.  Separately, later that morning, President Andres Manuel López-Obrador alleged that an energy chapter important to Mexico was omitted in the new North American Free Trade Agreement (N

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