Energy Latam Blog | 2015 Nov | W2

Mexico The president of GE Mexico, Raúl Gallegos, expressed that investment and energy reforms in Mexico will allow GE to move forward with energy projects that were put on hold this year. GE maintains a tempered but positive outlook (Spanish) regarding its opportunities for growth in Mexico’s energy market. Mexico issued the first concession license for […]

Fibra E ‘prenderá’ oportunidades para GE México

Ante una mayor claridad sobre el nuevo mercado eléctrico mexicano y el financiamiento de proyectos por medio del Fideicomiso de Inversión en Bienes Raíces E (Fibra E), General Electric (GE) ve la oportunidad para acelerar sus ingresos en México. “Pese a la percepción negativa para… http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/empresas/fibra-e-prendera-oportunidades-para-ge-mexico.html

México prepara estrategia para inversiones en energía

Ya que sus balances financieros están en dificultades, las compañías mexicanas estatales de petróleo y electricidad deben encontrar nuevas formas de generar dinero a partir de sus activos, y deben hacerlo rápidamente… http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/financial-times/mexico-prepara-estrategia-para-inversiones-en-energia.html

BTG Pactual sees expansion in Mexico as Brazil fortunes sag

BTG Pactual, Latin America’s largest independent investment bank, plans to expand into fixed income and the energy sector in Mexico as it seeks to grow in the region’s No. 2 economy, the unit’s new chairman said on Monday. Guillermo Ortiz, 67, who was appointed chairman of BTG’s Mexico unit last week and starts from 2016, […]

Moody’s Warning Rebuffed as Pemex’s Mexico Backing Here to Stay

Moody’s Investors Service is warning Mexico may not be able to provide its struggling state-oil company with the financial support it’ll need as soon as next year. To Standard Life Investments Ltd. and Actinver Casa de Bolsa SA, there’s little chance the government turns its back on Petroleos Mexicanos. While Mexico — which ended Pemex’s monopoly […]