Mexico real estate region is developing on all fronts and this can be judged from reports pouring in from all corners. According to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce study of the largest energy-consuming nations, Mexico has the world’s highest level of energy security. The study revealed that the government-owned Petroleos Mexicanos ranks among the world’s largest oil companies while Mexico’s energy expenditures and carbon-dioxide emissions per person are relatively low. 25 nations from 1980 to 2010 were reviewed under the study.

What it means for Mexico is that it's progress to development can go on unhindered for a long time to come. Tourism and real estate industry need large scale infrastructure development. Easy and cheap supply of fuel is very crucial to infrastructure development.

“They are a very resource-rich country with very low energy use per person,” Karen Harbert, president of the Chamber’s Institute for 21st Century Energy, said at a Washington news conference, noting Mexico may not hold the status in the future. “Oil production is going down in Mexico and their transportation use is going way up.”

The report indicated that while Mexico ranks highest in security, risks to that status are increasing. Even after being the world’s seventh-largest oil producer, the nation’s output is declining and natural-gas imports have increased since 1989.

28 metrics including fossil-fuel imports, power generation and carbon-dioxide emissions were examined under the study. The data was primarily used from the U.S. EIA and the Paris-based International Energy Administration.

The report shows nations where energy security is least at risk are the U.K., Norway, New Zealand, Denmark, Australia and the U.S. Energy-security risk is highest in Ukraine, followed by Thailand, South Korea, the Netherlands, Brazil, Italy, Turkey and Japan.