In 2013, Mexico’s government launched a sweeping overhaul of the country’s energy sector, opening it up to foreign direct investment. The liberalization effort, while still in its early stages, stands to fundamentally reshape Mexico’s energy markets.

The opportunities for energy companies and those in related industries, both Mexican and international, in this rapidly evolving environment are sizable. We see some particularly attractive—and immediate—opportunities in the fuels market, both in the provision of infrastructure and in retail and wholesale fuel sales and supply.

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