Mexico Oil & Gas Review’s interview of the week belongs to Julio Loreto, Country Manager Mexico of Weatherford, which delivers innovate technologies and services designed to meet the world’s current and future energy needs in a safe, ethical and sustainable manner. Across his interview, Loreto highlighted the importance of restructuring Mexico’s oil and gas value […]Continue Reading →
Climate change is a reality that every nation needs to understand while adapting to local conditions, Hector Rocha, Deputy Leader Energy LATAM North at EY, told the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2018 at the Sheraton María Isabel hotel in Mexico City on Thursday. “Energy demand will grow around 30 percent in the […]Continue Reading →
Insecurity in Mexico remains among the top issues for the onshore segment and while the government needs to step up and strengthen security, onshore operators also need to understand what they are getting into, panelists at the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2018 said on Thursday at the Sheraton María Isabel hotel in […]Continue Reading →
A panel of leading industry experts took the stage at the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2018 on Thursday to discuss the country’s outlook for its nascent deepwater activities. On Day 2 of the exclusive event at the Sheraton Maria Isabel in Mexico City, moderator Jesus Lamas, General Manager of Schlumberger Mexico and Central America, and […]Continue Reading →
The International Energy Agency’s model for securing energy supply is an example that Mexico could replicate to address its own energy needs, specifically with natural gas, Rosanety Barrios, Head of the Industrial Transformation Policy Unit at the Deputy Ministry of Hydrocarbons, told the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2018 on Wednesday at the Sheraton Maria […]Continue Reading →
Juan Carlos Zepeda, President Commissioner of CNH, opened Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2018 on Wednesday at the Hotel Sheraton Maria Isabel, sharing relevant indicators from the past bidding processes and the opportunities the new administration could tackle, while also highlighting the upstream process.
Mexico has concluded 14 E&P bidding processes: nine licensing rounds […]Continue Reading →