Regional and Sectorial Strategies for the Achievement of Sustainable Development and low-carbon-intensity in Mexico. Campeche Project -2013
The area known as “Sonda de Campeche” is located off the coast of the state with the same name and, during past decades, it has been fundamental to energy consumed in the country and its oil exports. This has resulted on an indirect but important impact on the state´s economy. Oil is a nonrenewable resource and in this case, for more than ten years now, the extracted volume has been declining. It is not possible to determine how long the extraction will remain commercial, but it is necessary to accelerate the development of its economy. The project depicts the state, it develops a diagnosis and gives recommendations for accelerating its development in sectors which do not depend on oil.
MARIO MOLINA CENTER FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES ON ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Prolongacion Paseo de los Laureles No. 458, Despacho 406
Col. Bosques de las Lomas, Cuajimalpa, C.P. 05120, Mexico, D.F.
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