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Liquid Petroleum Gas imports growing

Pemex’s gas monopoly is over, since last January 1, when private companies started to import propane (LPG). This has been one of the first Energy Reform actions carried out in the country. Pemex has been the most harmed by this measure. For private initiatives, 2016 has been a year of great opportunities, due to the opening of the LGP market.

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

“3 de 3” law could generate problems to Pemex´s intentions

The “3 de 3” law, recently approved in Mexico, has already generated some concerns, especially to Pemex. The State-Company is currently seeking partnerships with private companies abroad.

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Protests risk shortages in Oaxaca

A report in El financiero mentions that operations could stop at Salina Cruz refinery in Oaxaca because of blockages in the city. If so, there would be a shortage of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel.

Due to the continuous blockades of roads, trucks have to stop at the entrances and exits of the Antonio Dovalí Jaime refinery in Salina Cruz.

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Oil theft an old but growing problem

A report in El Pais mentioned that in Acatzingo, three people died and 11 were injured, at the end of a baseball game, which seems was an attack perpetrated by organized crime.

Monday, June 20th, 2016

Mexico will not be heaven

After a week in Mexico City and another week at the Global Petroleum Show in Calgary, Mexico’s ‘belle of the ball’ status is clear. But the government’s strong desire to see increased production through foreign investment does not mean social, or indeed environmental, conditions will be any easier.

Monday, June 20th, 2016

Pemex suspends 38% of contracts for platforms

According to the Mexican Association of Petroleum Industry (Amipe), Pemex in platforms contract renewal, has made the determination to temporarily suspend 20, renew another 20 and cancel the remaining (13).

Friday, June 17th, 2016