“Our goal this year is to host the most successful Mexican Petroleum Congress (CMP) ever,” explains José Serrano, President of the Colegio de Ingenieros Petroleros de México (CIPM), “because we have all the elements we need: a great team, strong support from the local and federal government, and a great setting with all the necessary […]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 →
During the six years that Felipe Calderón has been president of Mexico, three different people have led the country’s Energy Ministry. Georgina Kessel Martínez, an economist who had previously been head of the Mexican Mint, joined Calderón’s cabinet in 2006 as head of the Ministry of Energy. She was instrumental in pushing through the 2008 […]Continue Reading →
“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 →
Jaws dropped; rumours confirmed; verification received: Pemex is doing a great job in deepwater exploration.
Five and a half weeks ago, people involved […]Continue Reading →
In a ceremony held today at Los Pinos, the Mexican President’s official residence, President Felipe Calderón, along with Energy Minister Jordy Herrera and Pemex CEO Juan José Suárez Coppel, announced the discovery of light crude at Pemex’s Trión-1 well, in the Perdido folded belt. The announcement marks the end of Pemex’s unfulfilled search for […]Continue Reading →