Reuters - Danish wind turbine maker Vestas has won an order in Mexico for turbines with a total capacity of 396 megawatts (MW), which will be installed at the biggest wind power project in Latin America, the company said on Monday.
Sentido Comun - Acciona, a world leader in clean energy, opened three wind farms in Oaxaca, including the largest wind farm in Latin America, with 306 MW of operating capacity, and representing an investment of $574 million.
Dow Jones - Mexico's state-owned oil company, Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, said in a preliminary report Monday that February crude-oil production rose from January and that exports were mostly unchanged.
Fox News Latino - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Richard W. Fisher said he was concerned about Mexico’s falling oil revenues because this trend could affect the government's ability to finance public programs.
Bloomberg - Mexico should turn to nuclear power to reach renewable energy goals and could “easily” build two more reactors at its Laguna Verde plant, Energy Minister Jordy Herrera said during an event in Mexico City.
Dow Jones Newswires - Repsol YPF said Tuesday it has signed a strategic industrial alliance with Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, for ten years looking for synergies and profits in the short and medium term.
Reuters - Mexico and the United States signed an agreement on Monday to help U.S. firms and Mexican oil monopoly Pemex exploit deep water oil resources in the Gulf of Mexico that straddle the countries' maritime boundaries.
Fox Business - The U.S. is close to signing a "major agreement" with Mexico that establishes oil-drilling practices in the Gulf of Mexico, a shared body of water where both countries could be affected by spills.
Dow Jones - Mexico's oil regulator is sounding an alarm over plans by Pemex to drill two ultra-deep-water wells near U.S. waters this year, saying neither the company nor the commission is prepared to handle a serious accident or oil spill there.
The Texas Tribune - Residents of Eagle Pass, Texas — across the border from the Mexican city of Piedras Negras — are fighting a coal project by a Mexican mining company they say is intent on destroying their peaceful way of life.