The last barrel ///

For 75 years, Mexico’s upstream industry has been off-limits to private/foreign operators, with state firm Pemex responsible for all activity. All oil and gas exploitation has been the Mexican state’s legal property since 1938, when then-President, and PRI party leader, Lázaro Cárdenas seized oil fields from U.S. and British companies and changed the constitution.

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