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Geopolitics was the main item on the agenda at Energy Mexico 2018’s oil and gas related conferences at (location) this week. Among the topics were President Trump, NAFTA, North American energy integration, shale oil, OPEC production cutting agreements and their underlying effect on prices. The event was presided over by Jesús Reyes Heroles, former […]

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As the fifth round of negotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) starts on Friday, energy has remained out of the limelight.

The strategic tendency to see North America as one self-sufficient, integrated, energy producing area is generally prevalent within the three governments and the energy sector. The United States […]

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Approximately 40 oil and gas executives gathered at the Four Seasons Hotel in Mexico City on Thursday, Nov. 9, as Mexico Business Publishing held its third oil and gas networking cocktail of the year sponsored by geophysical information company Geokinetics.

Speaker Oscar Roldán, head of the National Center for Hydrocarbons Information (CNIH), praised the geophysical […]

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To commemorate the 77th anniversary of the Mexican oil expropriation, President Enrique Peña Nieto gathered government and PEMEX dignitaries to celebrate in Dos Bocas, Tabasco. He was accompanied by PEMEX CEO, Emilio Lozoya Austin, and the Minister of Energy, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, along with the Ministers of National Defense, Education, and Environment and Natural Resources, […]

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As part of the 28th Mexican Congress of the Construction Industry on March 12, 2015, the Mexican Minister of Finance and Public Credit Luis Videgaray Caso delivered a wide-ranging speech, providing his expert perspective on Mexico’s economic situation. In this context, Videgaray made a particular note of the importance of the oil and gas sector to the […]

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The last quarter of the year seems to evidence the exhaustion of a PEMEX model that no longer holds itself, no matter which angle it is looked at. The fact that the price of Mexican crude oil has dropped below the barrier of US$50 per barrel is just another factor of concern for the […]

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