Posts by: Brenda Salas

This week’s Interview of the Week is with Rossy Perez, General Manager of Beicip-Franlab México. Beicip-Franlab is a leading independent petroleum consultancy and geoscience software editor that provides solutions in exploration, reservoir and field development, production optimization, process optimization, midstream-downstream studies and EOR solutions

Q: How have Beicip-Franlab’s priorities evolved in the oil and gas sector […]

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The President of the Energy Commission at the Chamber of Deputies halted approval of the PEMEX Law. In addition, the Superior Audit of the Federation determined that PEMEX Exploración y Producción and PEMEX Transformación subsidiaries could go bankrupt if they were autonomous and independent companies. According to the report, there was a decrease in […]

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This week’s interview of the week is with Carlos Sandoval, Commercial Vice President of Arendal, an offshore and onshore engineering procurement and construction company.

Q: How is Arendal taking advantage of the opportunities brought about by the new environment in the oil and gas industry?

A: It has taken a few years for the Energy Reform’s […]

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IEnova, one of the first private companies to invest in the Mexican energy sector, has made significant investments in the country’s infrastructure for hydrocarbon transportation, distribution and storage, as well as electricity generation. Present in Mexico since 1996, the company’s mission is to contribute to the country’s development by constructing and operating energy infrastructure. Check […]

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The Commision Regulatoria de Energia was created to provide the Mexican energy sector with transparency and efficiency. This week’s interview of the week is with President Commissioner of CRE, Guillermo Garcia. H has over 10 years experience in the energy industry and was directly involved in the drafting of the Energy Reform.

Q: What […]

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Last week, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has carried out the first stage of his plan against fuel theft in Mexico and has put into place measures to prevent it in the future. As part of his plan, he has announced the development of a Logistics Center for the Distribution and Transport of Hydrocarbons […]

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