After conducting in-depth interviews with 183 key stakeholders in the Mexican oil and gas industry, and a careful process of transforming their perspectives, ideas and ambitions into a 381 page comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the sector, the 2013 edition of Mexico Oil & Gas Review is currently done and at the printer.
by Neja Brglez
“The shipbuilding industry in Mexico has remained dormant for almost 20 years. Little has been achieved, and except for a handful of vessels built in Mazatlán, efforts to develop this industry have been extremely vague. Nothing can compare to the level of construction we had in the 80s and 90s.”
– Ing. Gabriel Delgado […]Continue Reading →
In a speech to his party on Tuesday, Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, the founder of the PRD, called for constitutional reform in order to turn Pemex into “a true state enterprise, with full autonomy of its management and budget.” He argued that constitutional reform was a necessary step in achieving this, stating that two […]Continue Reading →
“Since the energy reform of 2008, the biggest challenge for Mexican service companies has been working out how to add value to their offering, and match the current and future requirements of Pemex,” said Eduardo Andrade Iturribaría, Corporate Director for Iberdrola in Latin America and Director of Amespac, an association dedicated to boosting […]Continue Reading →