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Mexico’s Energy Reform As Powerful As Nafta For The Future Of The Country

By: Staff Reporters |
March 18 2016 3:38

The CEO for Mexico of Barclays Bank, Raúl Martínez Ostos, told CNN Expansion that the Mexican energy reform will have “the same multiplier effect as […]

The Energy Reform Reaches The Street: Gulf To Open Gas Station In Mexico

By: Staff Reporters |
March 13 2016 22:53

Gulf, the legendary oil company, is to open its first gas stations in Mexico in mid-2016.  The company made the announcement in early March, putting […]

Mexico’s Pemex Places Bonds For €2,25 Billion

By: Staff Reporters |
March 10 2016 14:14

Financial reinforcement for Pemex Mexico’s state owned Oil and Gas Company, Pemex, this week placed bonds for €2,25 billion as part of a plan to […]

Small Is Beautiful: Positive Prospects For Onshore E&P Activity In Mexico

By: Staff Reporters |
February 23 2016 17:19

Onshore E&P activity on Mexico is expected to source of good news in the next couple of years, in spite of the volatility of the […]

Mexico Adopts Platts For Oil And Gas Pricing As Part Of Its Landmark Energy Sector Reforms

By: Staff Reporters |
January 25 2016 20:55

Mexico’s federal government has entered into an exclusive agreement with Platts, a leading global provider of energy and commodities information and benchmark prices, to utilize […]