Last week brought good news to Mexico’s LNG business as IEnova signed a preliminary agreement with Mitsui, Total and Tokyo Gas to export LNG to global markets. Meanwhile, CFE and PEMEX are called to become the main players of Mexico’s upcoming carbon market and refining and fracking are boosting the global oil and gas […]Continue Reading →
Last week, CNH approved stock ownership transfers from the Talos Energy, Sierra Oil & Gas and Premier Oil consortium to the benefit of Hokchi Energy and approved the exploration plans for the joint production contract between PEMEX and DEA Deutsche Erdoel. Meanwhile, the US is planning to waive eight countries to be allowed to […]Continue Reading →
Last week, President-Elect López Obrador confirmed the first days of its administration would oversee the execution of a drilling round for December 2018, ASEA inaugurated its digital platform, CRE merged the Contract Transfer Phases and CENAGAS has a natural gas storage asset ready to tender. Meanwhile, OPEC reached its highest production levels in 2018 […]Continue Reading →
President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) reaffirmed former PEMEX insider Rocío Nahle as his choice to be Minister of Energy and named the chief clerk during his time as governor of Mexico City, Octavio Romero, to head up PEMEX. AMLO officially announced the nominations at a news conference in Mexico City last week.
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Last week, Mexico’s incoming administration revealed in more detail how it plans to materialize the country’s revamped refining capacity and the people at the helm of key energy dependencies, ASEA published new regulations and private IOCs want an increased foothold in the country’s oil and gas industry. Meanwhile, Russia announced an increase in […]Continue Reading →
June is upon us and brought with it bad news for ASEA. The agency will remain without a governing body until after the elections. Meanwhile, PEMEX is pouring in the required financing to drill 50 wells before the end of 2018 and Hidrosina inaugurated Mexico’s first PV-powered service station. International waters saw Shell’s […]Continue Reading →