For further reading on the subject of yesterday’s post, you can check out this article on Romero Deschamps’ reaction to his exclusion from the Pemex Board of Directors in El Occidental, or this comparison between “La Quina” and Deschamps put together by ADN Político.
Energy reform has passed in the Mexican [...]Continue Reading →
After four months of debate, negotiation and controversy following the official announcement of the executive energy reform proposal back in early August, it appears that a workable agreement has been reached between the two dominating parties in Mexico’s legislative chambers (the center-right ruling party Partido Revolucionario Institucional, or PRI, and the right-leaning Partido [...]Continue Reading →
For Latin Americans, deepwater development is the most important key needed to unlock the potential of our oil & gas industries. It is also one of our best strategies to guarantee our countries’ energy future and out continent’s future economic wellbeing. Different countries within Latin America are going through [...]Continue Reading →
Capstone Turbine Corporation, based in Los Angeles, California, is one of the most important global fabricators of microturbine-based, low-emission energy generators. They were also the first ones to commercialize microturbine technology with air bearings. The company has sold close to 7,000 microturbines worldwide. These praised systems have clocked in millions of documented [...]Continue Reading →
It is easy to fall into the trap of referring to the announcements of Pemex’s quarterly results as “repetitive”. Every three months of this last year, it has become an easily predictable endeavor to come across more or less the same sets of reactions to Pemex’s reported losses. These reactions are built around [...]Continue Reading →
Last Tuesday, Energy Day 2013 took place in the Hotel Camino Real Polanco in Mexico City; industry leaders and prominent public officials listened to and participated in several discussions and debates regarding the most pressing issues that affect Mexico’s energy future. The event, organized by the British Chamber of Commerce, commenced with some [...]Continue Reading →