“PEMEX signs an average of 30,000 contracts for goods, services, leases, and public works each year, involving around 120 diﬀerent purchasing units within PEMEX. Given the market’s centralization trend in procurement, it is clear that, for PEMEX to be eﬃcient and competitive in an open industry, its procurement function had to be modernized to match […]
by Pedro Alcalá
After conducting in-depth interviews with 183 key stakeholders in the Mexican oil and gas industry, and a careful process of transforming their perspectives, ideas and ambitions into a 381 page comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the sector, the 2013 edition of Mexico Oil & Gas Review is currently done and at the printer.
by Neja Brglez
“Our goal this year is to host the most successful Mexican Petroleum Congress (CMP) ever,” explains José Serrano, President of the Colegio de Ingenieros Petroleros de México (CIPM), “because we have all the elements we need: a great team, strong support from the local and federal government, and a great setting with all the necessary […]Continue Reading →
In an increasingly connected world, staying on top of the latest news from around the world grows ever easier as innovative technologies allow us to communicate across time zones and borders. However, as new sources and methods of communication proliferate and pervade our lives, picking out trusted sources from amongst the noise is becoming more […]Continue Reading →