In the week that Mexico, Canada and the US concluded negotiations for the new USMCA trade agreement, CNH advised an action plan to reach the next administration’s crude oil production targets, approved Talos Energy’s appraisal plan for Zama and authorized Jaguar E&P’s farmout with Vista Oil & Gas. Meanwhile, Argentina is poised to […]Continue Reading →
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The following is the eighth in a series of summaries of each presentation and panel that took place during the Mexico Oil and Gas Summit last Tuesday, July 1st in the Sheraton María Isabel in Mexico City. To download the speaker’s presentations which have been approved for public distribution […]Continue Reading →
The following is the seventh entry in a series of brief pieces focused on the speakers that will be participating in the Mexican Oil and Gas Summit on July 1st in the Sheraton Maria Isabel in Mexico City. To see the full list of speakers, click here. To register to attend, click here.
by Pedro Alcalá
After delaying the announcement for a week, President Peña Nieto finally unveiled his energy reform proposal at 11:00am on August 12th, 2013. In a ceremonial act that took place at Los Pinos, the current administration gave a general outline on what the energy reform document submitted […]Continue Reading →
Shale resources have long been a potential alternative for the Mexican energy sector. The size of alleged potential reserves, the low price that governs the gas market and the environmental advantages that they have over other fossil fuels keep pressing Pemex to take a further look into the possibility of satisfying the nation’s demand struggles […]Continue Reading →