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Exclusive: Mexico power plant violated environmental law, documents show

07 Aug 2020

TULA, Mexico For at least four years, one of Mexico's largest power plants violated an environmental safeguard that prevents emissions of deadly pollutants, according to documents seen by Reuters.

Nobel-winning Mexican scientist calls for complete ban on fuel oil

07 Aug 2020

MEXICO CITY Dirty fuel oil widely used to generate electricity in Mexico should be completely banned, Mexican scientist Mario Molina said, citing its high sulfur content as a danger to both human health and the earth's atmosphere.

Mexico's Pemex, Talos Energy told to seek deal on shared oil find

08 Jul 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexico's state oil company Pemex and a private consortium led by U.S.-based Talos Energy Inc have been instructed to come to an agreement detailing how they will jointly develop a large offshore oil find, the energy ministry said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 2-Mexico's Pemex, Talos Energy told to seek deal on shared oil find

08 Jul 2020

MEXICO CITY, July 8 Mexico's state oil company Pemex and a private consortium led by U.S.-based Talos Energy Inc have been instructed to come to an agreement detailing how they will jointly develop a large offshore oil find, the energy ministry said on Wednesday.

Central American coffee farmers face big challenge as market shrinks -ICO chief

03 Jul 2020

MEXICO CITY, July 2 The International Coffee Organization (ICO) acknowledged on Thursday Central American farmers' "immense challenges" as coronavirus batters the global market and said it could help push the private sector to more sustainable practices, despite criticism of its record.

Mexican top court upholds antitrust complaint over energy policy

29 Jun 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexico's Supreme Court has upheld a complaint by antitrust regulator Cofece against an attempt by the energy ministry to stop new renewable power plants from coming online, according to a decision published on Monday.

Mexico's top court affirms antitrust agency role in green power feud

29 Jun 2020

MEXICO CITY, June 29 Mexico's Supreme Court has upheld a complaint by antitrust regulator Cofece against an attempt by the energy ministry to stop new renewable power plants from coming online, according to a decision published on Monday.

U.S. ambassador appears to question wisdom of investing in Mexico

26 Jun 2020

MEXICO CITY, June 25 The U.S. ambassador to Mexico appeared to question whether it was a good time to invest in Latin America's No.2 economy on Thursday, just days before a new North American trade agreement takes effect, although he later walked back the comments.

Mexico's largest refinery restarts after quake that killed worker

23 Jun 2020

MEXICO CITY A worker at Mexico's largest refinery died after a fall during a powerful earthquake on Tuesday, the country's civil protection agency said, with the tremors also causing a fire that led to the brief shuttering of the installation.

Mexico's largest refinery restarts after quake that killed worker

23 Jun 2020

MEXICO CITY A worker at Mexico's largest refinery died after a fall during a powerful earthquake on Tuesday, the country's civil protection agency said, with the tremors also causing a fire that led to the brief shuttering of the installation.

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