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Just how important a year is 2014 for the Mexican oil and gas industry?

Perhaps a clue can be found in the official memo filed with the Mexican Stock Exchange meant to summarize the monumental changes that are about to reshape the industry:

Decree that amends and [...]

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Rejuvenating Pemex E&P

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During Friday’s morning (February, 7th), news broke of Carlos Morales Gil stepping down as Director General of Pemex E&P for “personal reasons”. This comes at a moment of change for the Mexican NOC, just between the approval of the Energy Reform and the deadline for Congress to delineate the scope of the secondary laws that [...]

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Last Wednesday, amidst the rumors about a new deepwater oil discovery, Pemex came out with an official announcement through the media: the ‘Exploratus-1′ well has struck oil – light crude, to be specific. After several reports leaked information on the oil discovery during Monday and Tuesday, Carlos Morales Gil, Director General at Pemex E&P came [...]

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For Latin Americans, deepwater development is the most important key needed to unlock the potential of our oil & gas industries. It is also one of our best strategies to guarantee our countries’ energy future and out continent’s future economic wellbeing. Different countries within Latin America are going through [...]

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Earlier this week, the Heavy Oil Latin America Conference and Exhibition (HOLA) was held at the International Convention Center in the coastal city of Puerto Vallarta, located in the Mexican state of Jalisco. The event took place over three days of commercial and technological conferences that were given quite a [...]

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Heavy oil represents an indispensable part of Mexico’s energy future. It also represents a series of incredibly complex challenges for national and international companies in the industry; challenges both technological and commercial in nature. This does not apply exclusively to Mexico; in fact, heavy oil now represents a decisive segment of [...]

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