After delaying the announcement for a week, President Peña Nieto finally unveiled his energy reform proposal at 11:00am on August 12th, 2013. In a ceremonial act that took place at Los Pinos, the current administration gave a general outline on what the energy reform document submitted […]Continue Reading →
One week after Pemex and the main players of the Mexican oil and gas industry exchanged knowledge, technologies and viewpoints on the challenges the NOC will be facing, the parastatal announced the discovery of gas and condensates at Ahawbil-1 well in the Catemaco folded belt. As if Pemex had planned all along to end the […]Continue Reading →
Once the 2013 edition of the Mexican Petroleum Congress (CMP) has been left behind, it is important that all its participants carry on with the spirit of innovation that it conveyed: “Talent to innovate: today’s commitment for tomorrow’s Mexico.” The industry’s recent developments have left the country with a huge trial up front: to continue […]Continue Reading →
Tomorrow, Wednesday June 5th, we will be at the Congreso Mexicano del Petróleo (Mexican Petroleum Congress) in Cancún, launching the new edition of Mexico Oil & Gas Review and presenting its unparalleled content to the industry.
Our Commercial Director, Neja […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
MOGR recently interviewed Iván Alemán Aleksei, Chief of the Legal Unit at Mexico’s Energy Ministry. Below are some excerpts from this interview regarding the myths of the Mexican Constitution.
Q: Could you help us clear up the realities and the myths behind the 27th and 28th Articles of the Constitution in terms of national and […]Continue Reading →