Public consultation for the proposed legislation draws comment from AES, Enel and ExxonMobil, among others.
The Mexican company is buying a majority share in the Tel Aviv-based firm that develops, manufactures and distributes advanced drip and micro-irrigation solutions.
César Peñaranda Castañeda, executive director of economic and business development institute IEDEP in the Lima chamber of commerce, provides another perspective of energy issues facing Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
In handing down the ruling, rapporteur João Resende said Alesat did not comply with a condition to sell assets in 12 states.
Being named on the list means that employees of the companies cannot go on strike, as their services are considered to be of public utility.
Selling a stake in the company's construction arm is also being assessed.