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PEMEX to begin developing the first of its 22 new fields on Monday, and AMLO says the NOC will receive more financial support by enforcing austerity measures elsewhere in 2020.

Check out our Interview of the Week with Jorge Lanza, CEO of CLH, where we discussed the company’s opportunities in Mexico and its storage […]

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There is no denying that shallow waters are Mexico’s forte. At the height of its production boom, the Cantarell complex was producing 2.1 million b/d, ranking it the second-fastest producing field in the world. The knowledge and experience of the service providers that worked with PEMEX in shallow waters will be invaluable to the new […]

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Much of Mexico’s culture is enriched by its indigenous populations and heritage, and there are still large communities or ejidos whose homes stretch along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. As a result, onshore oil and gas operators can run into difficulties with access to land, water and community relations, said Alberto Vega, Senior […]

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Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Campeche and Veracruz make up Mexico’s key oil and gas states due to their significant onshore and offshore resources. But at Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2018 on Wednesday at the Sheraton Maria Isbabel hotel in Mexico City, Alejandra Bueno, CEO of R&I Solutions and Strategic Advisor to Access to Energy, said the […]

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Note: It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit on Wednesday 22nd July, 2015, taking place one week after the announcement of the winners of the shallow water exploration phase of Round One. As the premier event of the Mexican oil and gas calendar, the Mexico Oil & […]

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Commissioned by PEMEX, the 2015 Pan American Mature Fields Congress is a unique gathering of experts and engineers from all corners of the Americas that will focus on optimizing recovery from mature fields.

Mature fields account for over 70% of global production. With average recovery factors of 70% for gas and 35% for […]

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