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The Implications of Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - October 5 2017 29 March marked the official start of the two-year negotiations period for the formal exit of the United Kingdom from the European Unio...

Sheena McCaffrey, Neil Coulson, Dr. Georg Berrisch.

Mexico launches round one auction for shallow water fields

Mexico - December 15 2014 Mexico’s National Hydrocarbons Commission (Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos or “CNH”) has launched its long-awaited Round One auction process for...

Pamela M. Giblin, Hugh Tucker, Carlos A. Solé III.

Mexico announces new timelines for its fast-approaching round one

Mexico - October 13 2014 As officials in Mexico now focus on implementing the country’s energy reforms, two notable developments have arisen with respect to the coming onset...

Pamela M. Giblin, Hugh Tucker, Carlos A. Solé III.

Regulation a help or a hindrance to the UK shale industry?

United Kingdom, European Union - July 28 2014 Despite significant public opposition in the UK to hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and shale gas development, there has been a upswing of activity...

Mexican energy reform progress report - two steps forward, one step back

Mexico - April 7 2014 Finalization of Mexico’s energy reforms is accelerating and specific foreign investment opportunities are emerging, but detailed “Secondary...

Elaine M. Walsh, Hugh Tucker, Carlos A. Solé III.