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As the fifth round of negotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) starts on Friday, energy has remained out of the limelight.

The strategic tendency to see North America as one self-sufficient, integrated, energy producing area is generally prevalent within the three governments and the energy sector. The United States […]

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Mexico

Chairman of the Board of Renaissance Oil, Ian Telfer, stated to Reuters on Wednesday, Nov. 8, that the company has plans for aggressive expansion in Mexico, potentially reaching 30 exploration blocks in the next five years.

According to industry insiders BP participated in Mexico’s 2018 oil hedge on which the government spent […]

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This afternoon, Nov. 3, 2017, Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto announced the PEMEX’ “biggest onshore discovery in the last fifteen years.” The light-oil discovery was made in the Veracruz basin 40 kms northeast of Cosamaloapan, Veracruz, and represents 1,500 million bcoe while the field’s estimated reserves 3P are 350 million bcoe.

The Ixachi-1 well […]

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Mexico is Slowly but Surely Regaining Global Prominence in the Energy Sector

It is official: after having been awarded the shallow waters field containing the Amoca, Tecoalli, and Miztón fields on 30 September in the second bidding phase of Round One, ENI has just signed its first production-sharing contract, officiating its entrance into Mexico’s national […]

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The long-awaited Mexico Oil & Gas Technology Forum 2015 will bring together high-profile industry leaders this coming January 28th at the Sheraton Maria Isabel in Mexico City. Among a broad list of renowned speakers, the process of defining the diversification of the country’s production portfolio is a trending topic in the global oil and […]

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Shock waves are going through the global oil and gas markets. Oil prices have received a substantial low-blow over the past month and today the WTI sits just under US$6 per barrel, the Brent is at US$69 and the Mexican crude oil basket hovers at US$59.

Evidenced in EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook published this past […]

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