This an excerpt from Mexico Oil and Gas Review 2015 which gives insight into PEMEX E&P’s plans and expectations for 2016. If you would like to get complete information and other relevant insights regarding the Mexican hydrocarbon industry, get your copy of Mexico Oil and Gas Review 2015.
Exclusive interview with Gustavo Hernandez, Director General of PEMEX […]Continue Reading →
PEMEX has just declared its intentions to return a number of previously granted operative fields to the Ministry of Energy (SENER), arguing a lack of resources to operate them. This includes 95 fields that were allocated to the NOC without having been requested and an unknown number of fields that were solicited in the Round Zero application. According to […]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 →
After PEMEX sent its petition to SENER to keep 83% of 2P Reserves and 71% of its total productive assets on March 21st of this year, President Enrique Peña Nieto has now pushed forward the announcement of the final decision based on the now productive enterprise of the state’s technical, financial, and operational capabilities. According […]Continue Reading →
Reshaping the legal framework of Mexico’s constitution in energy terms was thought of as an impossible feat to attain. Nonetheless, in less than a year after the unprecedented Energy Reform’s proposal, the reality is now set to sink in sooner than later. The reform is expected to change paradigms that the country’s energy […]Continue Reading →