Opening Mexico's markets for refined oil products has been a bumpy ride

Mexico is opening its refined oil products sector to outside companies to meet higher demand for gasoline and diesel, among other products, but midstream capabilities have become a sticking point during the country's liberalization. As Jeff Mower explains, state oil company Pemex has been slow to share access to pipelines and storage tanks, which means imports from other countries — including the US — could be hitting roadblocks. Will this stop competitors from entering the market?

Learn more about Mexico's changing crude and refined oil landscape, as well as the natural gas and power sector, in our special report: Mexico's energy transformation takes hold (http://plts.co/jom930fuPjK)

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