Pemex’s management highlighted the firm’s efforts to improve the quality of life of communities in Veracruz and students of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). These and other Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) stories in our periodic summary.
The National Institute for Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) asked Pemex for information on its subcontracted employees, but the NOC declared most of the required information as “non-existent.”
Mexican authorities are celebrating the excellent results of the past rounds, but it seems that they have neglected an important aspect of the sector, Research and Development (R&D). The number of people working in this area has declined considerably in recent years.
Pemex and the Mexican Oil Workers Union (STPRM) signed the Collective Labor Agreement (CCT.) Even though the union says that it seeks to defend workers’ rights, they are not necessarily pleased with most of what was negotiated. These and other stories in our periodic summary of labor-related issues.
Neighbors of the Miguel Hidalgo delegation asked Pemex to make a diagnosis of the pipelines in the area, and demanded for the NOC to inform them in case of possible risks.
Pemex announced that it has already started projects to improve the quality of life and working conditions of fishermen in the state of Carmen and ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) granted scholarships to develop Mexico’s human capital. These and other Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) stories in our periodic summary.
According to the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM,) the development of unconventional resources produces geological faults that cause earthquakes, water pollution and adverse effects on biodiversity.
The Mexican oil industry is expanding and planning large onshore and offshore projects around the country. There is a lot of expectation for the results that this can generate, but communities are worried about possible consequences