The following is the third and final part of an abridged transcription of the Round Zero Conference Call with PEMEX investors that took place last Friday morning. You can find the first part here, and the second part here. We have tried to limit the text to everything that is not directly read off the accompanying presentation, [...]Continue Reading →
The following is the second part of an abridged transcription of the Round Zero Conference Call with PEMEX investors that took place on Friday morning. You can find the first part here.We have tried to limit the text to everything that is not directly read off the accompanying presentation, which you can download in Spanish from PEMEX’s [...]Continue Reading →
Just how important a year is 2014 for the Mexican oil and gas industry?
Perhaps a clue can be found in the official memo filed with the Mexican Stock Exchange meant to summarize the monumental changes that are about to reshape the industry:
Decree that amends and [...]Continue Reading →
It was in the midst of shouting matches, barricades and stripping politicians that the long-awaited Mexican Energy Reform passed the Lower House (in an alternate auditorium after access to the main house floor was blocked by members of the PRD opposition) Thursday morning. This came after yet another 20-hour legislative session in what [...]Continue Reading →
For further reading on the subject of yesterday’s post, you can check out this article on Romero Deschamps’ reaction to his exclusion from the Pemex Board of Directors in El Occidental, or this comparison between “La Quina” and Deschamps put together by ADN Político.
Energy reform has passed in the Mexican [...]Continue Reading →
For Latin Americans, deepwater development is the most important key needed to unlock the potential of our oil & gas industries. It is also one of our best strategies to guarantee our countries’ energy future and out continent’s future economic wellbeing. Different countries within Latin America are going through [...]Continue Reading →