Mexicos staterun oil company PEMEX and its Cuban counterpart Unión Cuba Petróleo (CUPET) are exploring the possibility of entering into a cooperation agreement to help develop the petroleum industry in Cuba. Mexican Energy Secretary Jordy Herrera and Cuban Minister for Basic Industry Tomás Benítez Hernández signed a nonbinding agreement during President Felipe Calderón's official visit to Cuba in midApril. The two sides agreed to continue the conversation later this year. In addition to agreements on the oil industry, Herrera and Benítez signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate in a number of areas, including technology, training, research projects, and strategic planning in oil, electricity, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.'
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Navarro, Carlos. "Mexico, Cuba, discuss cooperation in energy sector." (2012). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/la_energy_notien/72