In the week that Mexico, Canada and the US concluded negotiations for the new USMCA trade agreement, CNH advised an action plan to reach the next administration’s crude oil production targets, approved Talos Energy’s appraisal plan for Zama and authorized Jaguar E&P’s farmout with Vista Oil & Gas. Meanwhile, Argentina is poised to […]Continue Reading →
On October 3, Gulf Energy and Petroleum Economist hosted the Mexico Energy Strategy Forum 2018 directed to key players in the Mexican oil and gas industry eager to understand the best opportunities and challenges the market has to offer. During the event, both the Dutch Energy Association and Mexico Oil […]Continue Reading →
Last week filled a page of Mexico’s natural gas industry chapter. Dealing with an increased dependency on US imports, creating a natural-gas specialized NOC and reconsidering hydraulic fracking are but a few of the matters that President-elect López Obrador’s team wants to tackle to secure the country’s energy security. Meanwhile, OPEC maintains production levels […]Continue Reading →
Mexico witnessed the first signing of a preliminary unitization agreement in its entire oil and gas history, as it is laying the groundwork to boost crude oil and natural gas production. Meanwhile, Egypt, Venezuela and Saudi Arabia are stepping on the gas pedal to increase their respective drilling activities.
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O&G heavyweights gathered in Mexico City on Wednesday night for an exclusive Networking Cocktail sponsored by Nalco Champion and organized by Mexico Oil and Gas Review and Mexico Business Events. The theme of the night was Building Bridges for Industry Success and provided the opportunity for industry insiders to pursue new relationships […]Continue Reading →
President-elect López Obrador dissipated doubts over his initial declarations over the momentary halt of the country’s licensing rounds to subsequently announce December service tenders, COFECE launches a monopolistic practice investigation in the petroleum products market and AMLO’s Chief of Staff, Alfonso Romo, discarded subsidies or government control over gasoline prices. Meanwhile, the US regained […]Continue Reading →