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By Gaspar Franco & Yolanda Villegas

 

Nowadays, governments use regulations to drive public policies that promote social welfare, by setting restrictions or otherwise creating incentives to encourage various activities and conducts in society. Hence, within the Mexican exploration and production sector, certain regulations have been issued, to strengthen the planning and development of this […]

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Mexico

Carlos Alberto Treviño Medina, was promoted to the position of CEO of PEMEX after his predecessor Jose Antonio González Anaya was appointed to the cabinet of President Enrique Peña Nieto as Minister of Finance.

Newly appointed PEMEX CEO, Carlos Alberto Treviño Medina, declared the company’s intention to fight for […]

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As the fifth round of negotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) starts on Friday, energy has remained out of the limelight.

The strategic tendency to see North America as one self-sufficient, integrated, energy producing area is generally prevalent within the three governments and the energy sector. The United States […]

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Mexico

Chairman of the Board of Renaissance Oil, Ian Telfer, stated to Reuters on Wednesday, Nov. 8, that the company has plans for aggressive expansion in Mexico, potentially reaching 30 exploration blocks in the next five years.

According to industry insiders BP participated in Mexico’s 2018 oil hedge on which the government spent […]

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Approximately 40 oil and gas executives gathered at the Four Seasons Hotel in Mexico City on Thursday, Nov. 9, as Mexico Business Publishing held its third oil and gas networking cocktail of the year sponsored by geophysical information company Geokinetics.

Speaker Oscar Roldán, head of the National Center for Hydrocarbons Information (CNIH), praised the geophysical […]

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Today, Nov. 7, Round 1.3 block winner Canamex Energy Holdings, which is a consortium between Canamex Dutch, Perfolat de México and American Oil Tools, was given permission by the CNH to decline its E&P contract in their awarded block called Moloacán, located in Veracruz. The operator cited its high and “unviable” additional royalty of 85.69 […]

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