This week Pemex sent a letter of intent to shipyard Hijos de J. Barreras (HJB) in Galicia, Spain, as a means to acquire 51% of the company’s stock. According to the letter signed by Pemex directors, the main goal behind the acquisition of the Spanish shipyard is to “transfer the technological knowledge of [...]Continue Reading →
MOGR recently interviewed Iván Alemán Aleksei, Chief of the Legal Unit at Mexico’s Energy Ministry. Below are some excerpts from this interview regarding the myths of the Mexican Constitution.
Q: Could you help us clear up the realities and the myths behind the 27th and 28th Articles of the Constitution in terms of national and [...]Continue Reading →
Shale resources have long been a potential alternative for the Mexican energy sector. The size of alleged potential reserves, the low price that governs the gas market and the environmental advantages that they have over other fossil fuels keep pressing Pemex to take a further look into the possibility of satisfying the nation’s demand struggles [...]Continue Reading →
“Mexico’s economic growth and social development will require from the assistance of a well-equipped energy sector, capable of overtaking the forthcoming challenges and able to provide a wide supply of needed products and services to sufficiently tend for the national demands. All of this while maintaining satisfactory enough performance levels to reflect the implementation of [...]Continue Reading →
En los seis años de la administración de Felipe Calderón, el país vio desfilar a tres diferentes Secretarios de Energía. Georgina Kessel Martínez, economista, que previamente había estado a cargo de la Casa de Moneda, se unió al gabinete del Presidente Calderón en 2006, como Secretaria de Energía. Durante su cargo, fue instrumental en la [...]Continue Reading →
During the six years that Felipe Calderón has been president of Mexico, three different people have led the country’s Energy Ministry. Georgina Kessel Martínez, an economist who had previously been head of the Mexican Mint, joined Calderón’s cabinet in 2006 as head of the Ministry of Energy. She was instrumental in pushing through the 2008 [...]Continue Reading →