Tagged With Mexico
US LNG exports can reach 200mn t/yr – Cheniere
6 September 2022
North America, including Mexico, can make a substantial contribution to global supply
Mexico’s Zama set to win FID battle
1 September 2022
The ‘world-class’ field could get a green light next year, following repeated delays and a resolved operatorship dispute
Canada’s midstream rivals eye LNG opportunities
1 September 2022
The country’s pipeline owners are poised to capitalise as North American LNG export projects proliferate
Letter from Mexico: Deepwater ambitions drowning in debt
16 August 2022
Mexico must harness the vast resources in the Gulf to meet the government’s goal of energy autonomy
Pemex reverses production decline
9 August 2022
Mexico’s leading energy provider enjoyed a strong quarter but will have to overcome hurdles to achieve its upstream objectives
Letter from Mexico: Amlo’s vanity project gets ever more expensive
12 May 2022
Costs continue to spiral at a downstream development the utility of which was always questionable
Letter from Latin America: Region tilts to the left
19 April 2022
Brazil and Colombia may be about to follow the pattern of their neighbours in taking a political left turn
Letter from South America: Brazil leads the way
8 February 2022
Brazil stands out from the rest of the continent in terms of growth potential
Wintershall Dea quits Brazil, Argentine shale
20 January 2022
The German independent is overhauling its Latin American portfolio
Private sector takes a beating in Latin America
26 August 2021
Political and financial motivations vary, but the region is noticeably lurching towards greater resource nationalism
Headwinds buffet Pemex’s upstream progress
12 August 2021
The NOC had a better financial quarter in Q2 but will likely need significantly more money to hit upstream goals
Warning signs for Pemex refinery deal
13 July 2021
Political downstream agenda and company track record cause unease over Texas refinery purchase
Election setback for Mexican president
17 June 2021
Efforts to can Mexico’s historic energy reforms face further hurdles after government fails to sweep Congressional mid-terms
Mexican arbitration risk builds
24 May 2021
Opportunities for foreign investment are being squeezed as authorities strive to roll back energy reforms
Mexico compromises energy reforms
29 April 2021
Investor uncertainty mounts as approved legislation threatens to return energy sector to state control
PE Live: Safeguarding Mexican investment
16 November 2020
The suspension of licensing rounds may have disappointed the private sector. But international treaties offer crucial protection against further unwinding of the country’s energy reforms
Latin American supply and demand trends diverge
25 September 2020
The region’s appetite for LNG has been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, but exports have proved more robust
Pemex debt strategy at risk of unravelling
30 July 2020
The Mexican firm had made some progress arresting its hefty debt pile, but the economic downturn and government obsession with upstream targets has started to take its toll
Pemex in race against time
16 March 2020
Mexican NOC faces near-impossible task of hitting ambitious upstream targets while maintaining capital discipline
Pemex posts a loss
8 November 2019
Sagging oil prices bruise the firm’s bottom line, despite a positive quarterly upstream performance
Pemex strategy fails to convince
9 August 2019
Sceptical agencies consider further cuts to their ratings of the company's debt
Latin American producers aim to stem the tide
4 January 2019
Is the fragile market cracking under pressure? Despite some ambitious growth-oriented investments, some of the continent's traditional big guns will be facing challenges in 2019
Seesawing year for Latin American producers
17 December 2018
Brazil was hoping to start a new page in 2018, while Mexico’s new president also announced changes. But Venezuela continued its precipitous decline
Life with Amlo
4 October 2018
Mexico's upstream has boomed in recent years, and a bullish new president wants to drive growth
Mexican play still a guessing game
7 September 2018
Mexico’s energy sector and IOCs are waiting to see if the new president follows through with his anti-reform election rhetoric
Mexico sets new deep-water pace
30 August 2018
Interest in the North American offshore continues, with Mexican deep-water opportunities expected to star
Amlo and the realities of Mexico's oil reform
9 July 2018
The Mexican president-elect needs a strong oil and gas sector to fund a promised social transformation
Latin America's oil production struggles to recover
11 May 2018
Venezuela and Mexico are still coping with the fallout from the downturn while Brazil is set to start adding barrels again
Middle distillates take centre stage
20 April 2018
Oil-product demand, especially for middle distillates, is rising more quickly that processing capacity. It's good news for refiners
Financing Mexico's oil opening
12 April 2018
Reserve-based lending could help bring cash into the country's oil patch—if regulators can get the rules right
Life after Nafta
10 April 2018
With talks over the deal at loggerheads, Canada's oil industry is contemplating what comes next
Brazil reaps reforms rewards
6 April 2018
Efforts to recalibrate oil concession rules to be more market-friendly and open to foreign investment are starting to bear fruit
Majors snap up Mexico's shallow-water offering
28 March 2018
Industry heavyweights have piled in after large discoveries in the Sureste Basin, which has emerged as the country's most promising area outside the deep waters
Reforms at risk in Latin America's elections
26 March 2018
A busy political season will put recent market-friendly energy changes to the test
Is Amlo a threat to Mexico's oil opening?
27 February 2018
The industry fears a López Obrador victory in July's presidential election could derail the country's reforms
Latin American power play
24 January 2018
Politics again dragged down Venezuela's oil industry, but helped lift up Mexico and Argentina
Mexico's rainy-day fund
12 December 2017
The sovereign-wealth fund is a good idea—now it just needs some wealth to manage. The FMP’s executive coordinator spoke to Petroleum Economist
Latin America's continental contraction
5 December 2017
The region has seen a decade of surging crude consumption come to a crashing halt. Refining woes mean imports are still on the rise
Growing pains ahead for Mexico's reforms
1 December 2017
Regulators have won high praise from the industry for progress to date, but the oil opening is still in its early days and fresh obstacles lie ahead
Nafta 2.0: Dealing with the Devil
12 October 2017
Despite being such a prominent component of the trade relationship, energy has hardly come up in Nafta talks. That could change
Latin America's hobbled oil giants
6 October 2017
Plagued by debt, low oil prices and political turmoil, times have been troubled for Latin America's state-run energy firms
Times of change in Mexico
7 September 2017
Mexico's energy sector has undergone a radical transformation since far-reaching reforms were enacted four years ago. Jaime Hernández, CEO of the country's Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) who is also the new president of the World Energy Council’s Mexico chapter, outlines the impact of these changes
Pemex showing signs of life
14 June 2017
Austerity and higher prices have helped put the state firm back in the black. Deeper reforms are still needed
Opec to extend, tight oil to grow
9 May 2017
The group is expected to extend its cuts deal. But global supply could still surge
Memo to Washington: Don't mess with the booming US-Mexico energy trade
15 February 2017
Relations are on the rocks in the early days of the Trump administration. Jeopardising the energy relationship would be a loss for both sides
Mexico - opportunistic cutter
15 February 2017
Mexico will probably end up losing more oil supply in 2017 than it pledged to cut
Mexico's reformation leader
9 January 2017
In October, Petroleum Economist met with Mexico's Secretary of Energy, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, during our strategy forum in Mexico City. In the following weeks, we carried out an interview over email with the minister. The questions and answers follow
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