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Between successful project conclusions, natural gas storage facilities in the pipeline and a counter-monopolistic investigation, Mexico’s natural gas market had contrasting news last week. Meanwhile, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin dented IOCs’ stock market value, while ExxonMobil is facing business difficulties and OPEP members agreed to increase crude oil production.

 

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If you are under 25, or an adept user of the internet, you may have come across this image that was posted on many popular websites and social media platforms. Mexico Oil and Gas Review investigated the veracity of this claim and found that on 20 January 2016, not only was […]

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PEMEX’s struggles are no news for the Mexican oil and gas industry, but things are getting worse as the oil prices keep dropping, pulling down with them the global oil and gas industry. For now, it seems, there is no way out. On the 21st of January, when Brent Crude stood at US$28.38 per […]

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Recent events around the globe have led to record-low oil prices, reminding us just how closely the price of oil is linked to geopolitics. Brent crude has fallen 50% since last June, dropping below the US$50 per barrel benchmark today, reaching its lowest since January 2013. Analysts have identified the main causes of this drop […]

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Shock waves are going through the global oil and gas markets. Oil prices have received a substantial low-blow over the past month and today the WTI sits just under US$6 per barrel, the Brent is at US$69 and the Mexican crude oil basket hovers at US$59.

Evidenced in EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook published this past […]

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