In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Oil & Gas Review 2016, Peter Armstrong, VP of Business Development at HB Rentals reveals details of change in the company, discusses logistics and sourcing concerns, and explains what opportunities Mexico holds for the company.
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Mexico’s Energy Reform is widely understood as a group of measures intended to ramp up the country’s ever-declining oil production, but it does not limit itself to this. In line with the authorities’ aim to reduce the Federal Government’s dependency on oil revenues, the reform also implemented an oil fund that would allow control over […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Oil & Gas Review 2016, Eduardo García García, the Institutional Dean of Engineering, Design, and Architecture at UVM provides his opinion on human capital needs in the oil and gas industry.
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Offshore life is tough. Employees working on oil platforms have to leave their families and homes to spend two to four weeks in facilities located in the middle of the sea. Besides the demanding platform work, workers have to get used to the weather, the movement of the waves, and the isolated location. To make […]Continue Reading →
We all know just how bad the impact of the sharp drop in oil prices has been on the industry. From US$115 in June 2014, they have unraveled to US$31 in February 2016. There is no denying that a price cut of more than a third has a significant impact on the industry, […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Oil & Gas Review 2016, David Enriquez, Partner at Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados explains why the general public’s conceptions about Round One L-04 and its impact on the economy are flawed and reviews the success of Round One L-03.
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