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Shock waves are going through the global oil and gas markets. Oil prices have received a substantial low-blow over the past month and today the WTI sits just under US$6 per barrel, the Brent is at US$69 and the Mexican crude oil basket hovers at US$59.

Evidenced in EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook published this past […]

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The hype surrounding the release of the exploration areas and production fields in Mexico’s hydrocarbon assets that will be available for the private sector to bid has finally simmered to a reality. The general terms that will be applicable to all contracts were just released by SENER this week and even though Round One’s first set […]

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The Mexican economy has, for decades now, been strongly tied to the US’ economic activities and fluctuates according to its neighbor’s development. The US is Mexico’s most important export market as over 80% of the country’s exports go there yearly. Exports also represent a large part of the national GDP and their participation has increased […]

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For the first time, Indian Oil Corp. (IOC), a state-owned company and India’s biggest refiner, added Mexican heavy Maya to its crude mix. This unprecedented event came in response to recent sanctions on Iranian oil imports, on which IOC used to rely, imposed by the United States and Europe to halt Iran’s nuclear programme. Even […]

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