As the fifth round of negotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) starts on Friday, energy has remained out of the limelight.
The strategic tendency to see North America as one self-sufficient, integrated, energy producing area is generally prevalent within the three governments and the energy sector. The United States […]Continue Reading →
In the wake of the NAFTA re-negotiations, especially the ones going around energy to take place from Friday 18 until Sunday 20, oil and gas associations AMEXHI, API and CAPP stated their support towards market-oriented politics that eliminate barriers, bring economic growth and create job opportunities. This vision is shared by main outlets such […]
by Arturo Mora
The situation as it stands in Mexico today is that PEMEX refineries are unable to return to the levels of efficiency and production they saw 10 years ago when they averaged 303,400 million barrels per day of refined hydrocarbons.
During 2014, PEMEX about 35% of the distillation capacity of Mexico went unused, mainly […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →