Since 2020 and throughout 2021, the Mexican Government has enacted a series of measures and reforms that seek to strengthen the role of the Federal Electricity Commission (Comisión Federal de Electricidad or CFE) and
Continue Reading Mexican fuel market stalled due to cancelation of permits by Mexican authorities

On September 30, 2021, the president of Mexico presented a constitutional reform bill before the Chamber of Deputies, which seeks to dismantle the electricity legal framework derived from the 2013 Energy Reform and grants the
Continue Reading Mexico • President files constitutional reform bill on electricity

By: Ignacio E. Sanchez and Melanie Garcia

The United States government has issued new sanctions in response to the growing unrest in Venezuela. On January 23, the United States recognized Juan Guaido as the new
Continue Reading US government sanctions Petróleos de Venezuela, authorizes US persons to engage in certain limited transactions

By: Felipe Bahamondez and Carolina Bawlitza

Chile’s Tribunal for the Defense of Free Competition (TDLC) rejected the plea of Celeo Redes Chile Limitada, which had requested that the government modify “the legal precepts necessary to
Continue Reading CHILE: TDLC rejects request to eliminate restrictions on the integration in the electricity market