Sener ruled that Pemex, not Talos Energy, should be in charge of the operation of the Zama discovery; AMLO got some relief on his electrical reforms after an injunction was lifted; Pemex greenhouse gas emissions grew in 2020
Pemex got attention for all the wrong reasons as a fire on its gas pipeline in the Campeche Sound garnered attention and questions about the NOC and its operation from around the world, Three years into AMLO’s term and energy policy looks halted; A US congressman called on US authorities to deny Pemex’s planned takeover of the Deer Park Refinery.
A tally of projects presented to the CRE shows a regulator approving everything from Pemex and denying permits to private companies; Pemex Covid-19 cases and deaths; A state audit finds Pemex failed to apply fines on the contractor of an offshore pipeline project.
Pemex’s strategy to increase production at a list of priority fields is not delivering the needed results; Pemex’s crude sales soar in May on better oil prices; Deer Park, Dos Bocas could continue to tank Pemex financial position says Moody’s
We have moved into the second half of 2021, and looking back on June, the debate over Pemex’s fuel policies and ambitions and the impact of AMLO’s ideology on the NOC’s business stood out.
The number of illegal interventions in Pemex’s fuel pipelines grew through April; Pemex gasoline production also grew in May; Pemex and the Mexican Petroleum Institute work on a joint project for transportation fuels.