Mexican energy regulator looks ahead to greater integration with US

Mexico's energy reform may lead to closer ties with adjacent US states

Mexico City, where the Comisión Reguladora de Energía is based

Energy markets in US states such as California and Texas are set to become more closely tied to those of northern Mexico, as the country moves ahead with a sweeping programme of energy market reform, according to Guillermo Zuñiga, a commissioner at the Mexico City-based Comisión Reguladora de Energía.

“The new opportunities are going to be taken advantage of primarily by the states located in the north of the country... That is going to be a logical integration for markets, especially when it

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