A study conducted by the Mexican Institute for Competitivity (IMCO) to assess the feasibility of the Dos Bocas refinery projection suggests alternatives may be a better way to go to boost production in Mexico. The institute favored canceling the project and implementing other options like storage.
IMCO performed a Monte Carlo simulation that […]
by Karen Sujo
Mexico’s oil and gas industry faced challenges this past week as government actions intended to lower gas prices for consumers at the pump failed to take hold. There was also criticism of the highly-debated Dos Bocas Refinery project that has been promoted as the beginning of PEMEX’s turnaround and the start of Mexico’s energy sovereignty.
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Jaguar E&P is a Mexican oil and gas exploration and production company, founded in 2013. In this week’s interview of the week, Javier Zambrano, Executive Director of Jaguar E&P discussed with us the company’s strategy in its 11 onshore blocks .
Q: What main challenges do onshore operators, such as Jaguar, face in the Mexican market?
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The chess pieces continue to be arranged as the vacancies at CRE are filled and plans for the Dos Bocas Refinery and the national natural gas pipeline system come into focus. Winners of past Rounds continue their search for black gold with the fourth well to be drilled before fall 2019. This week’s interview of […]Continue Reading →
This week’s Interview of the Week is with Matt McCarroll, CEO of Fieldwood Energy. Fieldwood Energy ranks among the largest operators in the Gulf of Mexico, producing over 13,000 BOE each day from over 1,000 wells in both shallow and deepwater locations.
Q: Fieldwood has been restructuring. What is the current state of the company?
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