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President-elect López Obrador dissipated doubts over his initial declarations over the momentary halt of the country’s licensing rounds to subsequently announce December service tenders, COFECE launches a monopolistic practice investigation in the petroleum products market and AMLO’s Chief of Staff, Alfonso Romo, discarded subsidies or government control over gasoline prices. Meanwhile, the US […]

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Accompanied by Tabasco’s Governor-elect, Adán Augusto López, incoming Minister of Energy, Rocío Nahle and incoming PEMEX Director General, Octavio Romero, President-elect López Obrador (AMLO) held a press conference in Tabasco’s Hilton hotel. This took place after a private meeting with different oil and gas players to address the challenges the industry will be facing […]

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Last week, President-Elect López Obrador confirmed the first days of its administration would oversee the execution of a drilling round for December 2018, ASEA inaugurated its digital platform, CRE merged the Contract Transfer Phases and CENAGAS has a natural gas storage asset ready to tender. Meanwhile, OPEC reached its highest production levels in […]

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Last week marked a preliminary NAFTA 2.0 agreement between Mexico and the US, Fluvio Ruiz, incoming Director General of PEMEX Exploración y Producción, claimed the Ministry of Finance owed PEMEX MX$70 billion and OPEC members are gauging their options to compensate Iran’s dropping oil exports.

 

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Fluvio Ruiz Alarcón laid out the pillars of the next administration’s key legislative modifications to strengthen PEMEX on Aug. 19, shortly after he was nominated to be Director General of PEMEX Exploración y Producción. The former independent counsel for PEMEX said that to reinvigorate the NOC a number of measures were needed. The […]

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Abel Hibert, a close advisor of President-elect AMLO, denied a Wall Street Journal article that said López Obrador would suspend Mexico’s licensing rounds for two years. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia cancelled Saudi Aramco’s IPO and French Total abandoned its business ventures in Iran due to the renewed US sanctions.

 

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