This week’s Interview of the Week is with José Arráiz, Country Manager of EXPRO, where we discussed what his company’s technology brings to the field of deepwater well testing and their general experiences working in Mexico. José Arráiz of EXPRO
Q: What is EXPRO’s specific value proposition for the Mexican oil and gas sector?
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This week’s Interview of the Week is with Michael Ross, Vice President and Country Manager Mexico at Kiewit where we discussed the company’s Puerto Progreso storage terminal and the company’s strengthening position in Mexico. Michael Ross of Kiewit
Q: In which oil and gas segment does Kiewit see the biggest business opportunity in Mexico?
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July saw the election of Mexico’s next President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who is losing no time in drafting Mexico’s oil and gas future. Meanwhile, Equinor advances in its Troll development and Ecopetrol strikes oil.
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The results are in. Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) will be the next president of Mexico for the 2018-2024 term. As the dust settles and Mexico prepares for the transition, this political shift calls for a closer look into what the next oil and gas policy will look like. For the full scope […]Continue Reading →
Low oil prices have forced companies to reinvent themselves and their capabilities, while trying to capitalize on every long and short-term opportunity the country offers, agreed panelists at the Mexico Oil and Gas Summit 2017 as they reflected on their supply-chain cost strategies for surviving depressed prices.
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Mexico’s Energy Reform achieved a milestone this week as Argentina-based Pan American Energy (PAE) started drilling in the Hokchi-2 well on Sunday, the first time a non-PEMEX operator has ever drilled in Mexican waters.
Richard Spies, PAE’s Chief Executive, said that operations in the Tabasco-based block commenced at 1.30am local time on Oct. […]