In reference to the Mexico Oil & Gas Procurement Forum event held on June 2nd at the María Isabel Sheraton Hotel in Mexico City, we have decided to share with you the article written from the interview that our team held with recently appointed Chief Procurement Officer of PEMEX, Arturo Henríquez Autrey and published in […]Continue Reading →
The Sheraton Maria Isabel’s Bugambilias Room was the setting for the first Mexico Oil & Gas Procurement Forum on Monday June 2nd, just days ahead of the Congreso Mexicano del Petróleo. The event held 120 key executives involved with the procurement of products and services in the Mexican oil and gas industry, eager to share […]Continue Reading →
During the last day of April 2014, which was coincidentally also the last day of the first ordinary legislative session of the year, President Enrique Peña Nieto submitted the packages of secondary laws of the energy reform. Legislators claimed to not have any sort of opinion or analysis ready in support or in opposition to […]Continue Reading →
The Capstone MicroTurbine is a high-tech compact power generation system, designed to run continuously for 24 hours a day and 365 days a year without the need for an on-site operator and with a small amount of maintenance and downtime.
Although the initial legislative process involved in passing the Energy Reform might have concluded, the political struggle inherent to the debate that surrounds this historic reform is far from being over or even slightly decreasing its volume (or its pitch, for that matter). Now that Pemex is about to become […]Continue Reading →
After four months of debate, negotiation and controversy following the official announcement of the executive energy reform proposal back in early August, it appears that a workable agreement has been reached between the two dominating parties in Mexico’s legislative chambers (the center-right ruling party Partido Revolucionario Institucional, or PRI, and the right-leaning Partido […]Continue Reading →