Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who claimed victory in Mexico’s presidential election on Sunday, has again pledged to review oil and gas contracts awarded in recent years for signs of corruption. However, Marco Cota, the former director general for hydrocarbon exploration and extraction at Mexico’s Ministry of Energy, is confident the sector will stand up to scrutiny.
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