Last week, Oct. 12, the OECD emitted 17 key recommendations to improve the regulatory framework of Mexico’s energy sector. These recommendations were directed towards the operation of the three Mexican regulatory agencies in the energy sector; the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH), the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) and the Agency for Safety, Energy and the Environment […]Continue Reading →
On Sept. 28, the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Finance and the CNH announced the bidding bases and contract models for the first call for entries of Round 3.
Round 3.1 will include 35 contractual exploration and extraction areas in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico, totaling 26,265km2 and an estimated 1,988 […]Continue Reading →
The Exploration and Production Bidding Rounds have been a success for CNH and Mexico, Héctor Moreira, Commissioner of CNH, told the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2017. “The results of Round 2.3 have without a doubt showed the great interest that international investors have in Mexican soil,” he told the audience in his closing presentation […]Continue Reading →
Jaguar emerged as big winner of Rounds 2.2 and 2.3, showing its strong commitment with Mexico’s Oil & Gas industry. Find here an extract of Zambrano’s insights on Round 1 and CNH.
Interview with Javier Zambrano, Executive Director of Jaguar E&P
[This is a sneak preview that can also be found in our mini-book. […]Continue Reading →
[For more information on the industry and the insiders’ perspective, check out Mexico Oil & Gas Review]
The consortium formed by Sun God Energía de México, the Mexican subsidiary of the Canadian Sun God Resources, and Jaguar Exploración y Producción de Hidrocarburos emerged victorious from Mexico’s oil and gas auction on Wednesday, winning six […]Continue Reading →
Interview with Juan Carlos Zepeda, President Commissioner of CNH
Q: How is CNH building on the results from the bidding […]Continue Reading →