We are deeply saddened by the news of Edgar Rangel passing. Although his time was much too short, he left everlasting footprints in the Mexican energy sector. As a Commissioner of the National Hydrocarbons Commission he was instrumental in the successful implementation of the Energy Reform, inspiring those around him to aim as high as […]
by Jeroen Posma
Mexico Oil & Gas Review talks to Alberto Jones Tamayo, Director General, and Rosa María Morales Cid, Associate Analyst Oil and Gas Latin America at Moody’s Mexico about PEMEX’s competitiveness. According to them, the NOC is doing great but gave some advice on how it could improve its current situation.
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After months of dropping oil prices with no end in sight, it seems that the commodity has finally come to its senses, with Brent, the international reference, rising up from approximately US$30 to around US$40 in less than one month. The itching question on everyone’s mind is “will it last?”.
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Early in the morning of 29 February 2016, José Antonio González Anaya, PEMEX’s Director General voiced a message to investors in the Mexican oil and gas industry, delineating PEMEX’s new Adjustment Program. He began by placing this seemingly drastic measure into a global context of low oil prices, highlighting the fact […]Continue Reading →
When Farstad Shipping ASA was bidding on a project in Mexico’s Cantarell Field, HB Rentals quickly spotted an opportunity to position itself as the frontrunner to provide the Norwegian company’s temporary living quarters (TLQ). The bid process moved so quickly for the Inspection, Maintenance, and Repair (IMR) project that Farstad was not able to fully […]