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Mexico Energy Reform and U.S. Presidential Permits for Cross-Border Projects

Bloomberg BNA's expert author discusses recent developments regarding the Keystone XL pipeline that have raised the profile of a long-established, but little-known, presidential permit process.

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By Carlos R. Romo (Jan. 22, 2015)

Presidential permits have existed for more than 75 years and are required for importing crude oil, importing and exporting natural gas and other refined products, and developing electric transmission lines and other infrastructure projects crossing U.S. borders. While the Keystone pipeline has received substantial attention during an ongoing six-year permit process with the U.S. secretary of state, the more typical permitting of cross-border projects for import and export of energy into and out of Mexico with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) continues apace.


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