Historic energy market reforms south of the border took the spotlight at a conference in San Antonio.

The “Mexico: Opportunities in a New Market” conference brought Mexican regulators together with lawyers and energy producers from the United States.

Participants got an in-depth glance at the energy reforms, the contracts process and market opportunities, as well as the challenges of doing business in Mexico.

Mexico has opened its energy market to foreign investment for the first time in 70 years, but it’s also at a time when oil prices are at a six-year low at about $45 per barrel.

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