Canadian oilpatch looks to Mexico business
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
With a lack of work in the oilfields of Alberta, Canadian companies big and small are increasingly looking to Mexico to get a stake in the billions of dollars being spent in the country's newly opened energy sector.
TransCanada and ATCO already have a presence in Mexico, with other companies like Suncor and SNC-Lavalin showing interest. On Monday, ATCO chief executive Nancy Southern described the country as having "vast opportunities available."