On September 29, the Mexican Association of Hydrocarbon Companies (AMEXHI) announced that Alberto de la Fuente, President and Director General of Shell México, was unanimously elected as President of the association for the 2016-2018 term.
In an excerpt from an exclusive interview with El Financiero Review, Alberto de la Fuente, President and Director General of […]Continue Reading →
Malaysia’s oil & gas services provider giant SapuraKencana is in the process of building a US$113 million 18km gas pipeline to connect platforms E-KU-A2 and CA-AJ-1(J4) of the Ku-Maloop-Zaap (KMZ) heavy oil crude field in Mexico’s Campeche Sound.
The contract, awarded in July to the company by Mexico’s state-owned oil firm PEMEX, was obtained through […]Continue Reading →
Carlos Murrieta Cummings was named the new Director of PEMEX’s subsidiary for Industrial Transformation on August 20th. Murrieta will start functions on September first, when he returns to the state-owned oil company after sixteen months of absence.
Murrieta resigned his position as Chief Operating Officer of PEMEX in April of 2015, allegedly to recover […]Continue Reading →
In the latest episode of the ongoing saga of the Energy Reform in Mexico, the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) announced this morning the foundations for the second stage of Round One. In an extraordinary meeting, CNH Commissioners approved the bidding processes for nine hydrocarbon fields with 2P reserves, located north of the 14 blocks included […]Continue Reading →
The following is the third entry in a series of brief pieces focused on the speakers that will be participating in the Mexican Oil and Gas Summit on July 1st in the Sheraton Maria Isabel in Mexico City. For this entry, we will focus exclusively on an article written by Jose Pablo Rinkenbach for […]Continue Reading →
On March 18th 1938, Mexican president Lazaro Cardenas began the process of nationalizing all oil reserves, resources and facilities. Although this historic event is now perceived as an indispensable starting point for the modernization of post-revolutionary Mexico, it was at the time a culmination of over ten years of strikes and labor disputes between unyielding […]Continue Reading →