- Applications that had been filed before the CRE during the suspension period would be processed pursuant to their order of priority and would be considered to have been carried out as of March 1, 2023.
- Applications filed after March 1, 2023, would be processed pursuant to the number of ticket (folio) assigned to such application through CRE's Electronic Filing Office.
- Only one application per month per individual or legal entity would be received and the number of ticket (folio) would be assigned according to the following:
i) 50 per month for hydrocarbons matters;
ii) 15 per month for electricity matters; and
iii) 120 per month for pre-registrations.
In addition, the Lifting Decree made a direct reference to the CRE's website (www.cre.gob.mx) describing the processing periods for applications filed prior to the enforcement of the Lifting Decree.
The 2021 Decree and the Lifting Decree were widely challenged in federal courts on the grounds that they established mechanisms to unjustifiably delay the attention of processes and requests in violation of the Constitution.
The Decree suspends the applicability of the 2021 Decree and the Lifting Decree, as well as all the actions that were carried out for its compliance, such as the ticket (folio) system and the calendar to process applications.
Therefore, as of July 20, 2023, legal terms for applications filed before the CRE will be processed pursuant to the provisions of the applicable law and not pursuant to the order of priority provided under the Lifting Decree, and there will not be a limit as to the number of requests that may be filed before the CRE.
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