“We did not come to work, we came to transform”
Mexican President. Enrique Peña Nieto.-
When a new government begins, the first 100 days become key for the presidential term because it determines the actions, strategies, and goals to achieve in the coming six years. This week President Peña Nieto has reached [...]Continue Reading →
Over the weekend, the Institutional Revolutionary Party’s (PRI) national assembly gave President Enrique Peña Nieto the go-ahead to proceed with a new energy reform. The president has presented a powerful reform agenda to foster Mexico´s growth rate.
During Felipe Calderon´s administration, a similar attempt to make reforms to the laws governing the energy sector [...]Continue Reading →
“Mexico’s economic growth and social development will require from the assistance of a well-equipped energy sector, capable of overtaking the forthcoming challenges and able to provide a wide supply of needed products and services to sufficiently tend for the national demands. All of this while maintaining satisfactory enough performance levels to reflect the implementation of [...]Continue Reading →
One of the biggest conundrums that the Mexican oil industry poses for the expert analysts that follow it closely is the obligation that Pemex has to operate by itself. This has always presented an added challenge to all of the already existing technical and red tape obstacles that the company has to overcome on a [...]Continue Reading →
When Felipe Calderón Hinojosa became President of Mexico in 2006, he appointed Jesús Reyes-Heroles as Pemex CEO. One of the main objectives with the changes made was for the NOC to become more competitive. The strategic decisions made with this idea in mind included fighting for an energy reform that would allow more participation from [...]Continue Reading →