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Mexico signs $1B energy investment deal with US firm

Karla Salinas | 10.04.2015

Mexico's state oil company Pemex and US private equity firm First Reserve announced an agreement Tuesday to invest $1 billion in energy infrastructure and maritime transport projects.

Mexico's state oil company Pemex and US private equity firm First Reserve announced an agreement Tuesday to invest $1 billion in energy infrastructure and maritime transport projects.

The deal comes on the heels of a $900 million deal last month between Pemex, First Reserve and BlackRock, the world's biggest money manager, in which the two US firms acquired a 45 percent stake in the construction of a natural gas pipeline.

Mexico is implementing a sweeping energy reform that opens the sector to private investment for the first time in seven decades, allowing foreign firms to bid for oil and gas drilling projects.

Source: Business Insider

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