As it has been the case with the presentation of its quarterly results for the last year and a half or so, PEMEX began its conference call announcing its 3Q14 results with a brief overview of matters surrounding the Energy Reform and the way in which they will impact the NOC. A calendar [...]Continue Reading →
The hype surrounding the release of the exploration areas and production fields in Mexico’s hydrocarbon assets that will be available for the private sector to bid has finally simmered to a reality. The general terms that will be applicable to all contracts were just released by SENER this week and even though Round One’s first set [...]Continue Reading →
The long awaited event, Mexican Oil & Gas: Opportunities Post-Reform II, will take place at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Polanco from September 30th to October 2nd. As a sequel to the inaugural summit organized by Infocast in February 2014, this represents an excellent occasion for the oil and gas industry, including government [...]Continue Reading →
“Implementing the new Reality” will be the main focus of the Energy Day´s fourteenth edition, the annual event organized by the British Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, which will take place on September 30th at the Hotel Camino Real in Polanco.
This event has become a reference for professionals in the oil and [...]Continue Reading →
Farming out exploration and production blocks in Mexico’s hydrocarbon assets is clearly a trending topic in the international oil and gas community. Just a few days after the enactment ceremony of the Secondary Laws, PEMEX’s E&P Director General Gustavo Hernández revealed a list of potential partners to tap into the country’s deepwater opportunities. Given [...]Continue Reading →
In an interview granted to Atzayaelh Torres from newspaper El Financiero, SENER Undersecretary for Hydrocarbons Lourdes Melgar stated the first few privately extracted barrels of oil that count towards Mexico’s national production index can be expected to appear before the end of the current President Enrique Peña Nieto’s administration, which runs from 2012 to 2018. [...]Continue Reading →