The NOC announced new contracts for its hospital network, to face the ‘Covid-19 crisis’.
The NOC’s personnel is already operating in ‘Phase four’, or maximum emergency state, to face the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pemex investors could start a massive bond-sale, if another rating agency downgrades the NOC’s rating to a ‘junk level.’ Analysts spoke on the matter.
CEO Octavio Romero said that the NOC will not stop operating activities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, yet announced precautionary measures on the matter.
Pemex had to resort to greater discounts to keep its exports going. This is why.
The NOC’s employees and union members sent a letter to CEO Octavio Romero, criticizing an alleged lack of guarantees to protect the workers’ health in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pemex is trying to gain market share on the American side of the Coast. This region demands more crude and Latin American markets are struggling to meet demand.
Experts explained why Pemex crisis might strengthen oil theft in Mexico.
Pemex hosted the 954th Ordinary session of its Board of Directors in new headquarters. Here are the details.
Current pension expenses add to the NOC’s growing debt, after workers retired with generous benefits. These and other stories in our periodic summary of labor-related issues.
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