For Comexi’s Andrés Rozental, the transformation of the Mexican market in recent years has been admired for the speed with which the laws that support the reforms, especially the constitutional ones, have been approved.
The Mexican government has many plans to promote the oil sector development and unconventional projects are one of those. However, communities are organizing to block the implementation of unconventional techniques such as fracking.
The Mexican government created Energy Reform with several expectations about the benefits in the short, medium and long term. The reform ended a 75-year monopoly and entrepreneurs talked about this process.
Energy Reform has generated many debates in the country. Its detractors argue that the government gave away Mexico’s wealth, but Pedro Joaquin Coldwell, Secretary of Energy, defended this process and spoke about the state’s participation in new projects.
The National Commission of Hydrocarbons (CNH) spoke about the advances in the Authorizations of Recognition and Surface Exploration (ARES) to carry out studies of 2D and 3D seismic acquisition and seismic reprocessing.