At the end of this month, on November 30, the sun will set for the very last time over a PRI and PAN presidential reign that has lasted for more than 80 years in Mexico. As of December 1, the MORENA party will be inaugurated and Andres Manuel L√≥pez Obrador (AMLO) will take office to lead the country for the next 6 years. But what will this mean for Mexican politics and energy? The general attitude towards the next administration is one of skepticism by those in the corporate world, above all in the energy sector. MORENA as a political party and ideal is unproven in Mexico and its heyday comes at a time when international politics is going through its own transformative period. Credit Agency Fears AMLO has not yet taken his presidential oath and already credit agencies have reacted negatively to how 2019 might pan out. On […]