PEMEX is working around the clock to remain at the top of Mexico’s oil and gas industry, new entrants stake their foothold in their country to capitalize on the unlocked opportunities and licensing rounds may come up against some hurdles in 2019. Meanwhile, the Arctic’s underground treasures are set to surface by 2019 and […]Continue Reading →
June is upon us and brought with it bad news for ASEA. The agency will remain without a governing body until after the elections. Meanwhile, PEMEX is pouring in the required financing to drill 50 wells before the end of 2018 and Hidrosina inaugurated Mexico’s first PV-powered service station. International waters saw Shell’s […]Continue Reading →
Oil and Gas heavyweights are slowly but surely strengthening Mexico’s oil ang gas security and LPG is facing a rapidly growing theft problem. Meanwhile, OPEP’s oil production is at an all time low and Iran is fighting tooth-and-nail to preserve its crude oil exports.
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While PEMEX is going to great lengths to commit to its market-bolstering obligations, some of Mexico’s liberalized oil and gas market ambitions seem to be grasping at straws. Meanwhile, gasoline prices remain shielded from international markets. It was certainly a busy week for Mexico’s productive enterprise of the state and for the international oil and […]Continue Reading →
PEMEX joins forces with private players
The Mexican productive enterprise of the state dominated shallow waters’ Round 3.1, winning seven contract areas. Six contract areas were awarded with consortiums and one as lone player. For a detailed analysis of Round 3.1, click here.
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