Posts by: Ana Cristina Garanton

The Mexican oil and gas industry entered a new era in 2013. Under the leadership of a new President and a new CEO of Pemex, the industry will be building on the exploration and production success of 2012 and is preparing itself for the new opportunities that are expected to be opened up by the […]

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On several occasions Emilio Lozoya Austin – CEO of Pemex – has expressed concern about the NOC’s pension system, a situation that was reflected in today earnings call. There were several questions related to the amount of labor liabilities presented today;  it is estimated that the value of this liability amounts to MX$ 1.3 billion pesos […]

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The creation of the Pact for Mexico caused  great impact because, for the first time, a presidential proposal was made to group the three parties that have been historically opponents: the PRI, PAN and PRD. The pact created high expectations, regarding the progress that could be achieved if the three main parties […]

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Since the new Energy Reform has been set on the table as a priority of Peña Nieto’s presidential term, Pemex’s restructure discussion is part of every debate. There are as many opinions about what has to be done, as there are people talking about it. However, there are two general views. The first one is […]

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“We did not come to work, we came to transform”

Mexican President. Enrique Peña Nieto.-

When a new government begins, the first 100 days become key for the presidential term because it determines the actions, strategies, and goals to achieve in the coming six years. This week President Peña Nieto has reached […]

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Shale resources have long been a potential alternative for the Mexican energy sector. The size of alleged potential reserves, the low price that governs the gas market and the environmental advantages that they have over other  fossil fuels keep pressing Pemex to take a further look into the possibility of satisfying the nation’s demand struggles […]

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