Mexico

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August 13, 2021
Pemex fought tooth and nail to wrest control of the country’s biggest private oil find from the companies that discovered it. Now it has found itself without the cash to actually develop the field.
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August 03, 2021
Petroleos Mexicanos is measuring crude production at a warmer temperature than government regulators, inadvertently inflating the oil giant’s output figures, according to people familiar with the practice.
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July 05, 2021
The resolution ends a long-standing conflict between Pemex and Houston-based Talos over the field, which contains as many as one billion barrels of oil equivalent.
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April 15, 2021
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has sought to clamp down on private competition to state-owned companies, saying in October he intends to protect the interests of state oil producer Pemex and electricity firm Comision Federal de Electricidad. At the time, he accused foreign companies of ransacking the country.
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March 26, 2021
AMLO has turned the Texas freeze crisis into a rallying cry for more energy independence, weaponizing it to advance a nationalist agenda that has implications beyond natural gas imports and threatens tens of billions of dollars of investments in renewable energy by U.S., Canadian and European energy companies.
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March 25, 2021
Noble Corporation and Pacific Drilling Company have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Noble will acquire Pacific Drilling in an all-stock transaction.
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March 2021
Mexico’s situation brightens after giant oil find made
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March 22, 2021
An upstart driller in Mexico aims to provide 10% of the country’s natural gas needs as it develops prospects south of Texas’s border.
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March 18, 2021
A new company soon to be created by Chrysaor Holdings Ltd and Premier Oil Plc will likely retain its stake in the giant Zama oil development in Mexico, reversing an earlier decision by the indebted North Sea driller to exit the project.
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March 15, 2021
Figures from China for the first two months of the year showed a surge in industrial output, underscoring the strength of its V-shaped rebound and reinforcing expectations for increased energy demand.
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March 15, 2021
Pemex is under pressure to prove that the company is increasing production under the government of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who swept into power in late 2018, promising to revive it by rolling back the liberalizing energy reforms of his predecessor.
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February 18, 2021
Lowering Mexico's tax demands on Pemex, its biggest taxpayer, could help the oil giant reorder its finances as it struggles with a $110.3 billion debt load, sinking production, and some of the highest tax obligations of any oil company in the world.
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January 08, 2021
After a landslide victory in 2018, Mexico's president has cut the knees off a booming renewables market, plowed money into Pemex, and pursued two major infrastructure projects that environmentalists consider ecological disasters.
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December 03, 2020
The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative's biggest project to date has been to set targets for the reduction of carbon dioxide and methane emissions from its member companies.
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October 22, 2020
Oil sands producers will benefit from less output of competing crude from Latin America as Pemex expects to cut exports while Venezuelan supplies remain off limits due to U.S. sanctions.
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October 2020
Dependable rotary steerable systems, tied to an effective drilling engineering process through digitalization and automation, are the foundation of a new era in directional drilling.
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October 09, 2020
Petroleos Mexicanos returned to capital markets Thursday for its first debt sale since January as the embattled oil producer seeks to tap improved demand from investors.
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October 08, 2020
Every year, the Latin American nation locks in the price of its oil exports by buying put options from Wall Street banks. The deal typically roils the market, creating violent swings in the price of oil options.
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September 18, 2020
AMLO swept into power in December 2018 promising to rescue Pemex by dialing back his predecessor’s 2013-2014 energy reforms, which had ended the company’s nearly eight decades-long monopoly. He has also pledged to ramp up domestic fuel production to reduce dependence on gasoline imports, which account for about 65% of what Pemex sells in Mexico.
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September 04, 2020
The Mexican government is finalizing the budget proposal for next year, to be handed to congress by Tuesday, trying to square plunging oil income, growing social spending demands and Lopez Obrador’s push for austerity.
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July 29, 2020
In his first public comments since being extradited from Spain, Emilio Lozoya told a federal judge via video link from a Mexico City hospital that he had been intimidated and used by unnamed people to commit alleged crimes related to a fertilizer plant deal, according to a summary of the proceedings that was provided by court press officials.
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