Mexican oil regulator Juan Carlos Zepeda's commissioner announced on Wednesday that he resigned from his post on December 1, when president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador began a few months before the end of his new mandate.
Zepeda, a professor of economics, is responsible for conducting tenders in which more than 100 hydrocarbon exploration and extraction contracts are awarded as a result of the most important energy reform in 2014, which has completed the entire hydrocarbon chain by 2014. private investment.
"I would like to thank the Commissioners and the CNH team, a team of Mexican professionals. I also thank all my colleagues for the Federal Executive branches we work with every day," he said.
However, it will not be fully separated from the government, because at the same time, and in accordance with the attentive invitation of the Engineer Rocío Nahle, I will remain as the external advisor to the Energy Secretariat. My first obligation as a professional will continue and continue to be with Mexico. "
With Reuters information