Mexico’s licensing rounds, spearhead of the country’s Energy Reform, provided new life for the oil and gas industries’ upstream and midstream sectors. What of the downstream sector? PEMEX’s role remains preponderant, yet there is confusion about its involvement with this segment in the coming years, as the reform crystallizes and a wide array of […]Continue Reading →
The Energy Reform has expanded PEMEX’s horizons and will permit it to look for participation opportunities outside Mexico, José Antonio Escalera Alcocer, Director of Exploration at PEMEX E&P, told the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit 2017 on Wednesday at the Mexico City Hotel Sheraton María Isabel.
“As a company, PEMEX had been invited to participate […]Continue Reading →
As private onshore operators take a foothold in Mexico’s liberalized oil and gas market, panelists at the Mexico Oil and Gas Summit 2017 reflected on Rounds One and 2.3 to evaluate the different stages of the Energy Reform, the steps that have been taken and the path that lies ahead. Several issues arose during […]Continue Reading →
Interview with Iván Sandrea, CEO of Sierra Oil & Gas
Q: What are the highlights of Sierra Oil & Gas’ upstream […]Continue Reading →
Interview with Matt McCarroll President and CEO of Fieldwood Energy
Q: What are the political risks for the Mexican market?
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Interview with Juan Carlos Zepeda, President Commissioner of CNH
Q: How is CNH building on the results from the bidding […]Continue Reading →