The PECOM “Exposición y Conferencia del Petroleo de México” 2013, was inaugurated on April 9th at around 7:30 PM. The inauguration ceremony was followed by the ribbon cutting and VIP tour of the stands -with the presence of Arturo Núñez Jiménez, governor of Tabasco- and finally a welcoming cocktail.
The next day, important [...]Continue Reading →
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 [...]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 →
75 years ago, when President Cardenas announced his intentions regarding oil expropriation, a big nationalist wave overcame the Mexican population; earning him and his government strong support. On March 18, 1938, the oil expropriation was decreed; the government seized the resources from 17 foreign companies. With this, a process of capacitation and training of technicians [...]Continue Reading →
Over the weekend, the Institutional Revolutionary Party’s (PRI) national assembly gave President Enrique Peña Nieto the go-ahead to proceed with a new energy reform. The president has presented a powerful reform agenda to foster Mexico´s growth rate.
During Felipe Calderon´s administration, a similar attempt to make reforms to the laws governing the energy sector [...]Continue Reading →
“Mexico’s economic growth and social development will require from the assistance of a well-equipped energy sector, capable of overtaking the forthcoming challenges and able to provide a wide supply of needed products and services to sufficiently tend for the national demands. All of this while maintaining satisfactory enough performance levels to reflect the implementation of [...]Continue Reading →