The country has great potential to reduce greenhouse gases. But Mexican authorities must create more public policies. Mexico could reduce up to 50% methane content in oil and natural gas, according to Terra.
At the Eighth Meeting of Finance Ministers of the Americas and the Caribbean, Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) acknowledged that Mexico has made great advance in structural reforms and financial inclusion terms, according to Dinero en Imagen.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reduced Mexico´s growth expectations for the next two years. The oil crisis and the poor performance of the United States were the main reasons to make this decision.
The State-Company will continue the oil exploration and extraction activities in Chicontepec next year. According to the Budget Expenditure Project of the Federation (PEF) 2017, Pemex will invest MXN$2.7B in oil works in the municipalities of Francisco Z. Mena, Pantepec and Venustiano Carranza.