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Beyond Round One’s delays, the end of 2014 evidenced rugged terrain for the Mexican oil and gas industry. Adapting to the projected standards prescribed by the unprecedented Energy Reform is still far from reaching international best practices. PEMEX is slowly fitting into taking the role as the State’s Productive Enterprise and while it has still […]

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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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Once the 2013 edition of the Mexican Petroleum Congress (CMP) has been left behind, it is important that all its participants carry on with the spirit of innovation that it conveyed: “Talent to innovate: today’s commitment for tomorrow’s Mexico.” The industry’s recent developments have left the country with a huge trial up front: to continue […]

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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.

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On several occasions Emilio Lozoya Austin – CEO of Pemex – has expressed concern about the NOC’s pension system, a situation that was reflected in today earnings call. There were several questions related to the amount of labor liabilities presented today;  it is estimated that the value of this liability amounts to MX$ 1.3 billion pesos […]

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En los seis años de la administración de Felipe Calderón, el país vio desfilar a tres diferentes Secretarios de Energía. Georgina Kessel Martínez, economista, que previamente había estado a cargo de la Casa de Moneda, se unió al gabinete del Presidente Calderón en 2006, como Secretaria de Energía. Durante su cargo, fue instrumental en la […]

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