Mexico’s bidding rounds opened the doors to previously unexplored areas both offshore and onshore. According to Oscar Roldán, former Head of the National Data Repository at CNH, around 130 exploratory wells are scheduled to be drilled following the latest rounds.
On the first day of the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit held at the Sheraton […]Continue Reading →
This week’s interview of the week is with James Buis, District Manager at Nalco Champion. We discussed the company’s strategy for increasing its production capacity in Mexico and working with smaller independent operators. Nalco Champion is a global company delivering innovative, sustainable and safe chemical services to the oil and gas market.
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O&G heavyweights gathered in Mexico City on Wednesday night for an exclusive Networking Cocktail sponsored by Nalco Champion and organized by Mexico Oil and Gas Review and Mexico Business Events. The theme of the night was Building Bridges for Industry Success and provided the opportunity for industry insiders to pursue new relationships […]
by Arturo Mora
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.
“In the past few years, the industry has […]Continue Reading →