The following is the third 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. For this entry, we will focus exclusively on an article written by Jose Pablo Rinkenbach for [...]Continue Reading →
The following is the first 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 [...]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 →
2013 will no doubt be remembered as a decisive year for the Mexican oil and gas industry. Although there are obvious reasons why this statement rings true (Energy Reform being chief among them), perhaps it is important to briefly go over certain overlooked industry developments from 2013. It is possible that we then [...]Continue Reading →
The following is a translation of an interview given by Pemex CEO Emilio Lozoya Austin to the newspaper Reforma, published today in the “Negocios” section under the byline of journalist Alexandra López.
What is next in the short term for Pemex?
In the very short term, the first thing we will see is the internal [...]Continue Reading →
The necessary number of local congresses has ratified the energy reform only a little over three days after being approved in the Lower House. This unusual demonstration of consistent legislative expediency from the part of Mexican representatives all over the country is sure to inform the suspicions of many members of the opposition [...]Continue Reading →