The following is the second part of our translation of Emilio Lozoya Austin’s speech during yesterday’s announcement.
The second pillar in PEMEX’s strategy is the most important in the short term regarding partnerships and associations for the development of the fields assigned to it in Round Zero. We are talking about 10 projects that are […]
by Pedro Alcalá
Mexican Petroleum Congress Cancun 2013: Innovation, creation and technology
The Mexican Petroleum Congress, which is organized in conjunction with other associations related to the earth sciences (the Mexican Association of Petroleum Geologists or AMGP, the Mexican Association of Production Geophysicists or AMGE, the Mexican Association of Petroleum Engineers or AIPM and the Mexican Chapter of the […]Continue Reading →
After conducting in-depth interviews with 183 key stakeholders in the Mexican oil and gas industry, and a careful process of transforming their perspectives, ideas and ambitions into a 381 page comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the sector, the 2013 edition of Mexico Oil & Gas Review is currently done and at the printer.
by Neja Brglez
Since the new Energy Reform has been set on the table as a priority of Peña Nieto’s presidential term, Pemex’s restructure discussion is part of every debate. There are as many opinions about what has to be done, as there are people talking about it. However, there are two general views. The first one is […]Continue Reading →
During the six years that Felipe Calderón has been president of Mexico, three different people have led the country’s Energy Ministry. Georgina Kessel Martínez, an economist who had previously been head of the Mexican Mint, joined Calderón’s cabinet in 2006 as head of the Ministry of Energy. She was instrumental in pushing through the 2008 […]Continue Reading →
Last week, as you probably figured out from your multiple visits to our stand and the activity from our Twitter account, we were at the Congreso Mexicano del Petróleo 2012. In what was the biggest petroleum congress ever in Mexico, according to the organizer committee and its President, Dr. Guillermo Domínguez, […]Continue Reading →