The following is the third and final part of an abridged transcription of the Round Zero Conference Call with PEMEX investors that took place last Friday morning. You can find the first part here, and the second part here. We have tried to limit the text to everything that is not directly read off the accompanying presentation, [...]Continue Reading →
The following is the first part of an abridged transcription of the Round Zero Conference Call with PEMEX investors that took place this morning. We have tried to limit the text to everything that is not directly read off the accompanying presentation, which you can download in Spanish from PEMEX’s website here, and which [...]Continue Reading →
On March 18th 1938, Mexican president Lazaro Cardenas began the process of nationalizing all oil reserves, resources and facilities. Although this historic event is now perceived as an indispensable starting point for the modernization of post-revolutionary Mexico, it was at the time a culmination of over ten years of strikes and labor disputes between unyielding [...]Continue Reading →
Just how important a year is 2014 for the Mexican oil and gas industry?
Perhaps a clue can be found in the official memo filed with the Mexican Stock Exchange meant to summarize the monumental changes that are about to reshape the industry:
Decree that amends and [...]Continue Reading →
Last week, at the 2014 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and certain key members of his cabinet were kept busy by a series of treaties and cooperation agreements that Mexico signed with various states and companies. In total, Mexico managed to lock down over US$7.3 [...]Continue Reading →
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