As energy prices rise and Mexico’s pollution problems worsen, natural gas offers the most affordable and realistic solution to cost and environmental concerns, according to the final panel at Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2019 on Thursday in Mexico City, moderated by Ángel Sánchez, Business Director Performance Chemicals at BAS.
David Madero, Director of […]Continue Reading →
In 2013 and 2014, industry players were worried about how the Energy Reform would impact the national industry. Now, investor worries are focused on the new administration’s plans for the industry, the cancellation of rounds and farmouts and the impact all this will have on the supply chain, said Francisco Vargas, Finance and Legal Committees […]Continue Reading →
As offshore development continues to occupy more of the spotlight with Tuesday’s publication of PEMEX’s business plan that shows the NOC focused almost exclusively on shallow waters, it becomes increasingly necessary to highlight the successes and potential of Mexico’s onshore fields, particularly those developed though previous bidding rounds, as highlighted by panelists on Thursday in […]Continue Reading →
Bidding-round results and PEMEX’s goal to develop 22 new fields have put pressure on service providers to increase competitiveness in their operations. However, the cyclical nature of the oil and gas industry has provided companies with the necessary expertise to face these challenging conditions, said Luis Ocejo, Senior Managing Director Maritime Business of Grupo TMM […]Continue Reading →
Manuel Rodríguez González, President of the Energy Commission in the Chamber of Deputies, speaks during at the Mexico Oil & Gas Review 2019
The President of the Energy Commission in the Chamber of Deputies, Manuel Rodríguez González, opened the second day of Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2019 by saying the private sector would play […]Continue Reading →
Although exploratory activities in the 1970s strengthened Tabasco’s position as an oil-producing state, the end of the oil boom in the 1990s relegated the state to a neglected position in the federal development plan. Now, Tabasco seeks to regain its position and become Mexico’s energy capital mainly through one of President López Obrador’s flagship projects: […]Continue Reading →