Brendan Williams

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Brendan Williams is the former Executive Vice President of AFPM. To learn more about AFPM, visit AFPM.org.

Estados Unidos y Mexico: Socios en Energia (Part 2)

Although there are challenges associated with Mexico’s energy sector reforms – as detailed in part one of this blog – there are also opportunities to be found, particularly in infrastructure investment.

/ August 11, 2016

Estados Unidos y Mexico: Socios en Energia (Part 1)

As the political debate about the U.S.- Mexico border is heating up the campaign trail, there’s another border debate brewing around energy policy. Mexico’s historic energy reforms are venturing into new phases this year, particularly in relation to the downstream...

/ August 8, 2016

Chicken Little, Er The Biofuel Industry Had A Pretty Good Year: Part II

Just over a year ago, the Primer highlighted how EPA finally recognized vehicle and fueling infrastructure compatibility constraints in using its legal authority to propose reducing the annual requirement for the nation’s biofuel mandate, known as the Renewable Fuel Standard...

/ April 5, 2016

Free Market Energy Policies: Making The American Dream Available To All (Part Two)

States with more cumbersome, choice restricting regulations have higher energy costs, reducing a state’s economic potential.  A closer look at one of the states with the most regulation reveals these higher consumer costs are not only associated with lower overall...

/ January 22, 2016