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How Mexico’s Deregulated Fuels Affects the U.S.

Episode #54: January 30, 2017

Recent challenges with adjusting to a deregulated market in Mexico have led to an unusual sight: Mexicans coming across the border to buy fuel. Recent price increases and shortages are part of the growing pains for the Mexican petroleum market that’s in the early stages of adjusting to a deregulated market for the first time in nearly 80 years.

L-R: John Eichberger, Norman Turiano and Jeff Lenard

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Norman Turiano, Principal with Turiano Strategic Consulting LLC


Jeff Lenard, VP of Strategic Industry Initiatives, NACS


John Eichberger, Executive Director, Fuels Institute


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