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 →
En los seis años de la administración de Felipe Calderón, el país vio desfilar a tres diferentes Secretarios de Energía. Georgina Kessel Martínez, economista, que previamente había estado a cargo de la Casa de Moneda, se unió al gabinete del Presidente Calderón en 2006, como Secretaria de Energía. Durante su cargo, fue instrumental en la [...]Continue Reading →
Today, in Mexico, the majority of professions demand a certification every few years to ensure that people working in the industry have the correct updated knowledge to do so. This is especially important for professions related to the most important things: life, for example.
Whenever one hires someone to do a job, one usually makes [...]Continue Reading →
Now that Enrique Peña Nieto has been confirmed as the next Mexican President elect, it seems like a good moment to revisit the question of energy reform, based on conversations conducted with key players in the oil and gas industry over the last few weeks, and see what this means for the upstream sector in [...]Continue Reading →