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Dawson To-Date

The 20th anniversary of the NAFTA has kept us very busy. Thanks to the great team at Dawson Strategic for keeping us on track during a hectic time. In support of the North American Vision report, I travelled to Mexico City, Tijuana, Washington, and San Diego.  Now that we have added two more papers on […]

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LNG exports from the West Coast: Canada’s new energy centre?

  British Columbia, second only to Alberta in natural gas production, is positioning itself to be at the heart of Canada’s efforts to develop and export shale gas reserves. This will require moving gas from the northeastern part of the province to facilities on the coast. Once there, the gas would be converted to liquefied […]

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Mexico: Getting ready for new business

  Recently, Dawson Strategic had the opportunity to visit Veracruz, Mexico. Located in the Gulf of Mexico, the city was once the gateway for the Spanish Conquistadors and the fall of the Aztec Empire. Nowadays, Veracruz is the most important maritime port in Mexico, and a modern multimodal transportation hub that offers new investment opportunities […]

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Is Mexico the New Norway?

On December 20, 2013, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signed into law landmark energy reforms that will open up Mexico’s oil and gas sector to private investment.  Mexico has been closed-off to such investment since the sector was nationalized in 1938 and Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) has operated as a state-owned monopoly since that time.  Among […]

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