This week the oil industry faced a mixed bag. While Russian and Mexican entrepreneurs pledge investment in Mexico’s energy sector, the country continues to experience drops in production and fuel continues to be stolen. Meanwhile, CFE is evaluating the transfer of its pipelines to CENAGAs and investigations are underway in LPG theft.
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Last week, PEMEX’s different subsidiaries tackled monopolistic practices accusations in natural gas, disputing CRE’s established LPG rates and outlining deepwater drilling plans, while to-be Minister of Energy Rocío Nahle declared Mexico would not see any new E&P licensing rounds until 2021. Meanwhile, natural gas in the US is facing a perfect storm of increased […]Continue Reading →
Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Campeche and Veracruz make up Mexico’s key oil and gas states due to their significant onshore and offshore resources. But at Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2018 on Wednesday at the Sheraton Maria Isbabel hotel in Mexico City, Alejandra Bueno, CEO of R&I Solutions and Strategic Advisor to Access to Energy, said the […]Continue Reading →
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The classic demand and supply dynamic will determine how quickly Mexico develops its natural gas pipeline, panelists said at the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2017 as they reflected on the challenges and opportunities that Mexico’s fast-growing pipeline network entails.
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The liberalization of natural gas prices in Mexico will help develop the domestic production and eventually to more dynamism in the market, Marcelino Madrigal, Commissioner of CRE, told the 2017 Mexico Oil & Gas Summit on Tuesday at the Mexico City Hotel Sheraton María Isabel.
“Price liberalization will contribute to the local generation of natural […]