An energy election?

Energy reform in Mexico faces jeopardy in a general election next year. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, former mayor of Mexico City, leads in early polls in the presidential campaign. He opposed the constitutional changes implemented in 2014 that ended 80 years of Petroleos Mexicanos monopoly and allowed participation by foreign companies in oil and gas projects.

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